I love the rustic mountain style of house. Many of the floor plans include a great room. You’ll also notice that some architects put a twist on the style with a contemporary bent to it which can work very, very well.
This 4-bedroom mountain ranch home boasts a sprawling floor plan that includes plenty of gathering and outdoor spaces plus multiple garages perfect for a growing family. All rooms are laid out on one floor for optimum convenience.
Single-story mountain ranch with a well-thoughtful floor plan that’s designed for sloping lots ensuring you got the most out of your home’s space. Plenty of porches and decks enables maximized outdoor entertaining.
This 3-bedroom mountain home showcases a rustic beauty with a stone and siding combination, classic wood detailing, deep eaves, an arched entryway, multiple gables, and an angled garage topped with a shed dormer.
A combination of horizontal and vertical siding, stone accents, multiple gables, and a metal porch roof add rustic touches to this 4-bedroom home. It features a walkout basement making it perfect for sloping lots.
Cedar shakes and stone accents lend a rustic craftsman influence to this 4-bedroom country home. It features a courtyard-entry garage with an upstairs bonus room and a walkout basement making it perfect for sloping lots.
This 4-bedroom ranch exudes a rustic charm with its stone and brick exterior, a welcoming portico, and multiple gables adorned with decorative wood trims.
Rustic mountain house plans should fit the area
We’ve rented some incredible rustic mountain houses in the Whistler area. Whistler and ski resorts in general are an ideal locale for this type of style. If you live in a rugged area or have a large property, the mountain style works as well. What you don’t want to do is built this style in a suburb made up of contemporary homes; it would stick out and look odd.
Rustic mountain house plans offer you the chance to create the perfect nature getaway. Live in it permanently or use it when you want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
What is a rustic mountain house plan?
A rustic mountain house plan has features that make it suitable for rural, mountainous areas. These homes might consist of wood and stone and feature an open floor plan with large windows. In some cases, one corner of the home will branch out past a cliff, or it might sit near a river or stream.
A rustic house could also sit in a valley, however. Here, residents take in the stunning views of mountains from one or more sides of the house. At this level, they’d have access to nearby stores, banks, the post office or walking trails, parks and schools.
The lower-level homes often come in a one-story ranch style. However, you may find two-story ones for the valley houses and the types that you’d see at higher elevations.
What are the advantages of rustic mountain houses plans?
Rustic mountain houses enable you to be constantly surrounded by nature. They also put you in proximity of outdoor activities, such as hiking and skiing.
In some mountain areas, you might also find forests or land near hunting grounds where you can put your house. Your rustic home also could provide a cozy place to relax after a long day outdoors.
If secluded enough, you might even have room for a few guests, a campfire and some recreational vehicles. You wouldn’t have as much trouble worrying about where to park everyone if living away from the city and owned most of the surrounding land along with your house.
How do I pick the right rustic mountain house?
If you’re looking for a rustic mountain house to call your own, you’ll want to keep in mind several things. First, consider how much space you’ll need, so you have enough room for all your belongings.
Second, think about what features matter to you the most. Do you want a home with a fireplace, wraparound porch, and large windows, for instance? It’s possible to customize your plans to include items in a standard blueprint you want to add.
What are some unique mountain house plan features?
Some of them might have up to three garages, which probably makes sense for large groups. They also may have an attached patio, courtyard, office and RV garage. Some mountain houses may have at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms too.
If they have a rear deck area, it may also have a balcony above it. This typically extends from one side of the house. By the way, rustic mountain houses typically look like large cabins, and they usually have long, vertical windows instead of large, horizontal windows.
Jon Dykstra owns an interior design company in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He's fascinated by architecture and interiors. He also enjoys gardening at his "house in the burbs" and "homesteading" at his off-the-grid boat-access cabin.
Combine all that with a love of writing and Homestratsophere.com was born. He balances his working time between running his interior design company, working on his off-the-grid cabin and publishing homestratosphere.com.