Are you in the market for a new home and considering building a split-entry house? Look no further than the benefits of owning a split-entry home. Not only does it offer a unique and modern living space, but it also provides a host of other benefits that make it a wise investment.
One of the primary advantages of building a split-entry home is the efficient use of space. Split-level homes offer distinct living areas that provide a sense of separation and privacy, while still maintaining an open and connected feel. This can be especially beneficial for families with children or multi-generational households, as it provides the opportunity for everyone to have their own space.
Another benefit of building a split-level home is the potential for customization. With multiple levels, you have the flexibility to design your home in a way that fits your specific needs and lifestyle. For example, you could have a dedicated home office on one level, a playroom or media room on another level, and a private master suite on a separate level. Additionally, split-level homes often come with larger yards, which means more space for outdoor activities and landscaping.
Another advantage of building a split-level home is the potential for increased natural light. Split-level homes often have larger windows and open spaces, which allow for more natural light to enter the home. This not only creates a brighter and more welcoming atmosphere but also provides health benefits such as improved mood and energy levels.
Overall, building a split-level home is a smart investment that offers efficient use of space, flexibility in design, and potential for increased natural light. Don’t hesitate to explore this option when building your dream home.
Modern chalet with functional style, 3 customizable versions. 800 sq ft with natural light and panoramic views from charming loft.
Charming split-level design with main-floor master and laundry. Personalize your creative exterior accents. 1554 sq. ft.
Affordable split foyer living with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and optional deck. 1342 sq ft with oversized 2-car garage.
The Desirable Primary suite plus two bedroom and laundry upstairs provide privacy 1574 sq.ft. Creative tuck under 2-car garage.
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A complete set of House Plans will include all four exterior elevations. The front elevation will be at ¼” = 1’0” scale, while the left, right, and rear may be at 1/8” = 1’0” scale. An aerial view of the roof will be provided as well. The foundation, main floor and a possible upper floor will also be at ¼” = 1’0” scale. Floor plans will include exterior and interior dimensions. The purchaser will also be supplied with a typical wall section and stair section detail. Sorry, no mechanical, electrical, heating, cooling, plumbing or site plans included. The customer will be provided up to six copies of the one story house plan at no charge. Additional copies cost $10 each.
We would be pleased to provide you a complete, competitive estimate for your project in the following goods and services that are core in our baseline home collection offering: framing lumber and plywood, trusses and engineered wood, roofing, energy efficient windows and exterior doors, garage doors and openers, siding, soffit and fascia, insulation, drywall, interior millwork, stair systems, cabinetry and countertops, hardware, and more. For a more detailed list of product specifications, visit with one of our sales associates. Other product offerings and home electives that we are prepared to help you with include decking, finished lower level, finished garage, cultured stone, gutter, fireplaces, flooring, foundation materials, lighting, paint and more. The prices on our Mead Legacy offerings are for building materials only. Note – building materials represent only part of your total project’s cost. Other costs will include lot, site work, labor, mechanical, plumbing, heating, electrical, concrete, foundation, flooring and more. See your Contractor for more details.
There is a charge of $500 for our one story house plans under 1,750 square feet, and $750 over 1,750 square feet, with the general provision that the builders may use such house plan (along with the ability to make changes as needed) as many times as they wish. The purchaser of such house plans and/or builder may not sell or give these one story house plans to any other party at any time as we hold the copyright. The design fee includes up to two hours of house plan revisions; after that a design fee of $75 per hour will be added.
In addition to the front end great value of the house plan(s), we will provide a rebate toward the house plan cost that essentially provides a 1% material discount on materials purchased from us on your home project, up to 50% of the cost of such plan ($500 maximum). It is the purchaser’s responsibility to request this credit within 60 days of closing the project, and only if accounts receivable terms have been met per our regular terms and conditions.
Architectural images and marketing floor house plans may contain graphics and features for illustration purposes that may not be included in our baseline offerings. This could include siding type, brick, stone, decking, fireplaces, decorative corbels, interior beams, specific exterior doors, windows and/or garage door series, etc. See your customer sales representative for further details and assistance, including a more in-depth review of the plans, design revisions wanted (if any), selection of the materials just right for you, pricing of the materials, finance terms, and help finding a contractor to bring your project to a reality.
Copyright laws prevent anyone, other than the copyright owner, from reproducing, modifying, or reusing the house plan or home design without permission of the copyright owner, which is Mead Lumber. While we will do our best to meet your plan needs, Mead Lumber assume no liability or responsibility for the accuracy and/or final building of plans. Many of the states we have locations in do not require residential home plans to be designed by a licensed architect and therefore these plans have not been reviewed by an architect or engineer. It is the responsibility of the purchaser of these plans and/or general contractor to ensure that the structure is built in accordance with the various government agencies, including local jurisdiction. Despite our best intentions, we are not responsible for typographical or technical errors, omissions or oversights that we may have made.