The Tri Level House plan belong to the multi-level house plan structure. Multi level house plans typically have stairs that connect to different levels or floors of the house from outside. Multi-level home plans have floors at varying levels. Multi-level house plans are also called split-level, split foyer, bi-level, tri-level, or quad-level.
The staircases in a tri-level house plan is typically partially flighted unlike the one that is found in two storey home plans. The tri level house plan is generally built in sloping areas where the water table is generally high. The floor plan of tri level house plans tend to be smaller and are more compact and hence are suited for smaller lots. Because of their unconventional plan they have are harder to heat and cool. Tri level house plans may also allow noise to flow around freely in the house. The tri-level house plan is relatively inexpensive as compared to two storey plans because the living space is usually in the basement. Another advantage is that they can be built over areas with unusual slopes.
Here are some options of Tri level house plans:
The family room, dining room, breakfast room and the master bath are topped by vaulted ceilings. The master suite is crowned in a tray ceiling. The master bedroom is pampered by the five piece master
Marvelous Curb Appeal
Craftsman styling and welcoming porch create marvelous curb appeal while compact footprint allows construction economy. Volume ceiling to living, dining and kitchen allow this home to live larger
Brick facing and horizontal siding add distinction to this raised bungalow.
Cozy living room with soaring ceiling and fireplace, located on the entry level, is provided ith natural light by overhead ...
Bay Windowed Living Room Overlooks The Entry.
U-shaped kitchen is open to the dining room.
Master bedroom offers a spacious wall closet and three-piece bathroom.
Unfinished lower level provides 799 square feet of space for future development.