Introducing a stunning mountain living house plan that boasts 2,536 heated square feet of elegant and functional living space. This beautiful home features 3 vaulted bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, and a half bathroom. The exterior showcases a sturdy yet sophisticated look while the interior offers an elegant flow throughout the home. With its Craftsman and Rustic architectural style, this luxurious abode is perfect for those who appreciate both comfort and aesthetics.

Home Details:
– 3 spacious vaulted bedrooms
– 4 full bathrooms and a half bathroom
– A grand great room with soaring ceilings and fireplace
– Open concept kitchen with large center island and raised bar for casual dining or serving
– Covered outdoor living area and open air terrace for enjoying the picturesque mountain views
– Bonus second floor featuring a flexible room, full bathroom, and potential for additional bedroom or media room/playroom/man cave

Types of Lots it Could Go On:
This magnificent mountain living house plan is well-suited for various types of lots including:
1. Sloped or hillside lots with scenic views
2. Wooded lots providing privacy in a natural setting
3. Corner lots offering ample space to accommodate the home’s layout

MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home
Price: [Enter Price]
Location: [Enter Address], [Enter City], [Enter State/Province], [Enter Zip/Postal Code]

Welcome to this breathtaking mountain living house plan that offers luxury, comfort, and elegance in every corner! This stunning Craftsman-style home features 3 spacious vaulted bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, a half bathroom, an open concept kitchen with a large center island perfect for entertaining guests or casual dining. Enjoy your evenings by the fireplace in the grand great room or step outside to take in the spectacular views from your covered outdoor living area or open air terrace.

Additional highlights include an attached three-car garage with side entry, a bonus second floor with a flexible room and full bathroom, perfect for additional living space or media room/playroom/man cave. This beautiful home is situated on a [Enter Lot Size] lot, providing ample space for outdoor activities and privacy.

Don’t miss out on this luxurious mountain living house plan that combines style, comfort, and functionality in one perfect package. Schedule your private showing today!


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring (living areas, bedrooms) – $8-12 per sq. ft.
b. Ceramic or porcelain tile (kitchen, bathrooms) – $5-10 per sq. ft.
c. Carpet (optional for bedrooms) – $3-5 per sq. ft.

2. Kitchen:
a. Custom cabinetry – $15,000-25,000
b. Granite or quartz countertops – $50-120 per sq. ft.
c. Stainless steel appliances package – $4,000-8,000

3. Bathrooms:
a. Custom vanities with granite or quartz countertops – $1,500-3,500 each
b. Frameless glass shower enclosures – $1,000-2,500 each
c. Freestanding soaking tub (master bathroom) – $1,500-4,000

4. Fireplace:
a. Stone veneer fireplace surround and hearth – $3,000-6,000

5.Windows and Doors:
a.Double-pane energy-efficient windows with wood trim – starting at around$400-$800per window
b.Solid wood interior doors – starting at around$250-$600per door
c.Exterior entry doors – starting at around$1,200-$2,500per door

6.Ceiling Treatments:
a.Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams in the great room – starting at around$20-$30per linear foot of beam

7.Outdoor Living Spaces:
a.Covered living area with outdoor kitchen – starting at around$15k -$40kdepending on size and finishes
b.Open-air terrace with stone pavers or stamped concrete –starting at around$10-$20per sq.ft.

8.Lighting Fixtures:
a.Recessed lighting in main living areas – starting at around$150-$250per fixture
b.Pendant or chandelier lighting in dining area and over kitchen island – starting at around$300-$1,000per fixture
c.Wall sconces in hallways and bathrooms – starting at around$100-$300per fixture

a. Interior painting (walls, ceilings, trim) – $2-4 per sq. ft.
b. Exterior painting (siding, trim) – $3-5 per sq. ft.

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on the location, quality of materials used, and any additional customization or upgrades desired by the homeowner. It is recommended to consult with local contractors for accurate estimates based on your specific preferences and requirements.


Based on the provided information, here is a list of materials needed to build the house:

1. Concrete for foundation and footings
2. Reinforcing steel bars for foundation
3. Gravel and sand for backfilling and drainage
4. 2×6 lumber for exterior walls framing
5. 2×4 lumber for interior walls framing
6. Sheathing material (plywood or OSB) for walls and roof
7. Roof trusses or rafters, as specified in the plan
8. Asphalt shingles or other roofing material as per design preference
9. House wrap or building paper for moisture barrier on exterior walls
10. Siding material (wood, vinyl, stone, etc.) as per design preference
11. Insulation materials (batt insulation, rigid foam board, etc.)
12. Drywall sheets for interior walls and ceilings
13. Interior doors and hardware
14. Exterior doors and windows
15. Trim materials (baseboards, crown molding, door casings)
16. Paints or stains for interior and exterior surfaces
17.Tile/stone/wood flooring as per design preference
18.Cabinets and countertops for kitchen and bathrooms
19.Plumbing fixtures (sinks, faucets, toilets, bathtubs/showers)
20.Electrical fixtures (switches/receptacles/lighting)
21.HVAC system components (furnace/air conditioner/ductwork)
22.Fireplace unit/materials if applicable in the great room

Please note that this list is not exhaustive but provides a general overview of materials required to build the house based on the provided information.

Author: fr33d0m