Introducing a beautiful 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom Mountain House Plan with Vaulted Indoor and Outdoor Spaces on a Walkout Basement. This charming home boasts 1,357 heated square feet of living space, making it perfect for those seeking a cozy yet spacious retreat. The architectural style is a blend of Country, Craftsman, Lake House, Mountain Ranch, and Vacation themes.

Home Details:
– 1,357 heated sq. ft.
– 2 bedrooms
– 2 full bathrooms
– Single story
– Vaulted porches in the front and back
– Dramatic vaulted interior with open floor plan
– Great room with fireplace
– Master suite with large walk-in closet and private bath
– Second bedroom with its own bath
– Unfinished basement with patio access

Types of Lots it Could Go On:
This house plan is ideal for various types of lots including waterfront properties (lake or river), mountain slopes, or even flat land in rural areas. Its size and layout make it suitable for small to medium-sized lots that can accommodate the home’s width (46’0″) and depth (52’0″).

Detailed MLS Listing:
Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter Price]
Location: [Enter Location]
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2 Full Baths
Square Footage: 1,357 Heated sq. ft.
Architectural Style: Country Craftsman Lake House Mountain Ranch Vacation

Welcome to this stunning Mountain House Plan featuring vaulted indoor and outdoor spaces on a walkout basement! With two bedrooms and two full bathrooms spread across an impressive 1,357 heated square feet of living space, this single-story home offers both comfort and luxury.

Upon entering through the French doors from either the front or back porch area adorned by vaulted ceilings that create an inviting atmosphere for greeting guests or relaxing by the lake. The open floor plan boasts a dramatic vaulted interior with a spacious great room, complete with a fireplace, perfect for entertaining. The master suite offers a large walk-in closet and private bath, while the second bedroom has its own bath as well.

The unfinished basement provides potential for additional living space or storage and has access to a patio covered by the porch above. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to own this beautiful Mountain House Plan!


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a) Hardwood flooring: $6 – $12 per sq. ft.
b) Laminate flooring: $3 – $7 per sq. ft.
c) Tile flooring: $5 – $10 per sq. ft.
d) Carpet: $3 – $5 per sq. ft.

2. Kitchen Countertops:
a) Granite countertops: $50 – $200 per sq. ft.
b) Quartz countertops: $70 – $120 per sq. ft.
c) Laminate countertops: $20 – $50 per sq. ft.

3. Kitchen Cabinets:
a) Custom cabinets: starting at around 18,000
b) Semi-custom cabinets: starting at around 12,000
c) Stock cabinets: starting at around 6,000

4. Bathroom Fixtures:
a) Standard bathtub installation (including tub): approximately 3,000
b) Walk-in shower installation (including enclosure): approximately 4,500
c) Toilet installation (including toilet): approximately 500

5. Lighting Fixtures:
a.) Recessed lighting (per light): approximately 150
b.) Pendant lighting (per light): approximately 250
c.) Chandelier lighting (per light): approximately 1,500

6. Fireplace Installation:
a.) Gas fireplace insert with venting system and gas line hookup costs about$2,000 to install on average.

7. Interior Painting:
a.) Painting the entire interior of the house costs about$1-$3 per square foot.

8.Windows and Doors
a.) Vinyl windows cost between$300-$700 each installed,
b.) French doors cost between$600-$1200 each installed,

9.Exterior Finishes
a). Brick siding:$15- $30 per sq. ft.
b). Vinyl siding:$3- $10 per sq. ft.
c). Wood siding:$7- $12 per sq. ft.

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on the location, quality of materials, and labor rates in your area.


Based on the provided information, the list of materials needed to build the house includes:

1. Concrete for foundation and walkout basement
2. Lumber for framing (2×6 exterior walls)
3. Roofing materials (shingles, underlayment, flashing)
4. Insulation for walls and ceilings
5. Drywall for interior walls and ceilings
6. Flooring materials (hardwood, tile, carpet)
7. Doors (front entry door, French doors, interior doors)
8. Windows (double-pane or energy-efficient windows)
9. Siding materials for exterior walls (vinyl siding or other preferred material)
10. Trim materials for exterior finish and interior detailing
11. Fireplace construction materials (brick or stone veneer, mantel, flue system)
12. Kitchen cabinetry and countertops
13. Bathroom fixtures and fittings (bathtubs/showers, toilets, sinks)
14. Plumbing supplies (pipes, fittings, valves)
15. Electrical supplies (wiring, switches, outlets)
16. HVAC equipment and ductwork
17. Paints or stains for interior and exterior surfaces
18. Hardware for doors and cabinets
19. Lighting fixtures
20 Porch construction materials

Please note that this list is a general overview of the main components needed to build the house based on the provided plan information; specific requirements may vary depending on local building codes and individual preferences in terms of design details or finishes.

Author: fr33d0m