Introducing a spectacular 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom contemporary mountain home boasting 4,302 sq. ft. of heated living space across three levels. This stunning house plan is designed to accommodate your family’s needs while providing breathtaking views from every level. With its impressive architectural style and special features, this home is perfect for those who appreciate modern luxury and the beauty of nature.

Home Details:

– 4,302 sq. ft. of heated living space
– 3 bedrooms
– 2 full bathrooms and a half bathroom
– Attached garage with space for three cars
– Two-story great room with walls of windows and soaring ceilings up to 24’6″
– Lower level rec room with wet bar, wine cellar, and sitting room
– Upper-level loft perfect for reading or playroom

Types of Lots it Could Go On:

This spacious home is ideal for sloping lots or those with walkout basements that allow for seamless integration into the natural landscape. Its unique layout makes it suitable for both urban and rural settings where ample outdoor spaces are available.

Detailed MLS Listing:

Property Type: Single Family Home

Price: [Insert Price]

Location: [Insert Location]

Experience luxury living in this spectacular contemporary mountain home featuring 4,302 sq.ft., three levels of living space with breathtaking rear views, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half bathroom, and an attached garage accommodating up to three cars.

The main level offers a master suite along with an additional bedroom suitable for guests or family members. The heart of the home is the two-story great room featuring walls of windows that let in an abundance of natural light while showcasing stunning views.

Entertain family and friends in the lower-level rec room complete with wet bar, wine cellar, sitting area, as well as another bedroom and full bath. The upper-level loft provides versatile space perfect for a reading nook or playroom.

Additional features include a wrap-around porch, mudroom, home office, and more. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind property that seamlessly blends modern design with the beauty of nature.


Finish Out Options and Costs:

1. Flooring:
a. Hardwood flooring – $6 to $12 per sq. ft. (4,302 sq. ft.) = $25,812 to $51,624
b. Carpet – $3 to $5 per sq. ft. (4,302 sq. ft.) = $12,906 to $21,510
c. Tile – $5 to $10 per sq. ft. (4,302 sq.ft.) = 21,510 to 43,020

2. Kitchen:
a. Standard cabinets and countertops – approximately 20 linear feet:
i) Cabinets: starting at around $100 per linear foot = approximately 20 x 100 = $2,000
ii) Countertops: starting at around $50 per linear foot = approximately 20 x 50 = 1,000
b. High-end cabinets and countertops – approximately 20 linear feet:
i) Cabinets: starting at around$300 per linear foot = approximately 20 x 300 =$6,000
ii) Countertops: starting at around$150 per linear foot=approximately20x150=$3,000

a.Double-pane windows:$200-$750 each; assuming15windows=$3,000-$11,250
b.Triple-pane windows:$500-$1 ,500 each; assuming15windows=$7 ,500-$22 ,500

a.Interior doors:$100-200 each;assuming10doors=$1 ,000-2 ,000
b.Exterior doors:$300-800each;assuming3doors=$900-2 ,400

5.Bathroom Fixtures:
a.Standard fixtures for three bathrooms (including tubs/showers,toilets,sinks):approximately$1 ,500-3 ,000 per bathroom = $4 ,500-9 ,000
b.High-end fixtures for three bathrooms (including tubs/showers,toilets,sinks):approximately$3 ,500-7 ,000 per bathroom=$10,500-21,000

a.Interior paint:$1.50-$3.50 per sq.ft.(4,302sq.ft.)=$6,453-$15,057
b.Exterior paint:$1.50-$4.00per sq.ft.(assuming2 ,300sq.ft.exterior surface)=$3,450-$9,200

7.Fireplace (optional):
a.Gas fireplace:starting at around$2 ,000-5 ,000
b.Wood-burning fireplace:starting at around$3 ,000-6 ,000

8.Wet Bar and Wine Room:
a.Standard wet bar and wine room build-out: approximately $5,000 – $10,000
b.High-end wet bar and wine room build-out: approximately $15,000 – $25,000

Please note that these costs are approximate and may vary depending on the location of the house and specific material choices. It is recommended to consult with local contractors for more accurate estimates.


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

1. Concrete for foundation and basement walls
2. Rebar for reinforcing concrete foundation
3. 2×6 lumber for exterior walls
4. Lumber for floor framing and roof framing
5. Roofing materials (e.g., asphalt shingles, metal roofing, etc.)
6. Exterior finish materials (siding, stucco, brick, stone)
7. Windows and exterior doors
8. Interior doors and hardware
9. Drywall for interior walls and ceilings
10. Insulation for exterior walls and attic spaces
11. Electrical wiring, outlets, switches, and fixtures
12. Plumbing pipes and fixtures (bathtubs, showers, toilets, sinks)
13. Heating and air conditioning equipment (furnace or heat pump) with ductwork
14. Kitchen cabinets and countertops
15. Fireplace materials (if applicable)
16. Built-in bookshelves or desks material (if applicable)
17- Interior moldings (baseboards, crown molding)
18- Handrails or balusters for stairs
19- Flooring materials (hardwood floors, tile flooring or carpet)
20- Paints or stains for interior walls/ceilings/trim/moldings
21- Garage door(s) with opener(s)

Please note that this list is a general overview of the main components needed to build the house based on the provided information but may not be exhaustive due to variations in specific designs or local requirements.

Additionally, some items such as architectural/engineering stamps/site plans/mechanical drawings/plumbing drawings/energy calculations are not included in this list as they are typically handled locally by professionals/subcontractors during construction.

It is important to consult with a contractor/builder before starting construction to ensure all necessary permits are obtained and all required materials are sourced according to local building codes/regulations.

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