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Modern 3-Bedroom Two-Story Mountain Home with Front Balconies and Lower Level Living Space (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 1,703 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3.5 Stories: 2 Garage: 2 Welcome to photos and footprint for a modern 3-bedroom two-story mountain home. Here’s the floor plan: This 3-bedroom modern mountain home features a reverse floor plan where the bedrooms lie on the main level and the living space is located upstairs. The first …

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Two-Story Rustic 3-Bedroom Country Mountain Home with Wraparound Porch and Optional 2-Car Detached Garage (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,006 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5 Stories: 2 Garage: 2 Welcome to photos and footprint for a two-story rustic 3-bedroom country mountain home. Here’s the floor plan: This 3-bedroom country mountain home exudes a rustic charm with its board and batten siding, stone accents, a large shed dormer, and a wraparound porch bordered …

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6-Bedroom Rustic Two-Story Mountain Home with Balcony and In-Law Suite (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 6,070 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 5.5 Stories: 2 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 6-bedroom rustic two-story mountain home. Here’s the floor plan: This two-story mountain home radiates a rustic charm with its stately stone exterior, shuttered windows, decorative arches, and multiple gables graced with wooden brackets. The elegance continues …

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Mountain Style 4-Bedroom Single-Story Craftsman Home with Open Floor Plan and Wet Bar (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 3,771 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 2 Welcome to photos and footprint for a mountain style 4-bedroom single-story craftsman home. Here’s the floor plan: This 4-bedroom mountain home exudes a craftsman appeal with its stone and stucco siding, gable rooflines, and wooden accents. An attractive arched dormer adds character to …

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Single-Story 7-Bedroom Mountain Home for a Wide Lot with Angled 3-Car Garage and a Large Wet Bar (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 3,773 Bedrooms: 4-7 Bathrooms: 4.5-6.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a single-story 7-bedroom mountain home. Here’s the floor plan: This single-story mountain home radiates a rustic charm with its cedar shakes, stone accents, and wood siding. A welcoming front porch and gable roofs adorned with decorative trims …

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Single-Story 5-Bedroom Mountain Craftsman Home for Sloped and Wide Lots with 3-Car Garage and Wet Bar (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 6,047 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4.5+ Stories: 1 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a single-story 5-bedroom mountain craftsman home. Here’s the floor plan: Varied rooflines and a mixture of siding create a striking character to this 5-bedroom mountain craftsman home. A 3-car garage on the left side with flex room …

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6-Bedroom Mountain Style Single-Story Modern Home with Open Concept Design (Floor Plan)

  Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,096 Bedrooms: 3-6 Bathrooms: 2.5-4.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 2 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 6-bedroom mountain style single-story modern home. Here’s the floor plan: A combination of stone and vertical siding makes this mountain modern home stand out. Metal roof accents and a welcoming covered front porch add to …

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Two-Story Mountain Style 4-Bedroom Home for a Sloping Lot with a Wet Bar (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 1,972 Bedrooms: 2-4 Bathrooms: 3-4 Stories: 1-2 Welcome to photos and footprint for a two-story mountain style 4-bedroom home. Here’s the floor plan: This 4-bedroom mountain home radiates a craftsman charm with its board and batten siding, stone skirting, cedar shake accents, and gable roofs adorned with wooden brackets. A covered front …

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Two-Story 5-Bedroom Mountain Craftsman for a Wide Lot with Studio Loft and Elevator (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 7,491 Bedrooms: 3-5 Bathrooms: 3.5-5.5 Stories: 2 Garage: 4 Welcome to photos and footprint for a two-story 5-bedroom mountain craftsman. Here’s the floor plan: This mountain craftsman boasts luxury detailing with its stone and siding, varied gable peaks, a barrel-vaulted entry, and a lower-level 4-car garage that makes this home perfect for …

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5-Bedroom Mountain Style Two-Story Modern Home with Open Floor Plan and Wraparound Deck (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 3,184 Bedrooms: 2-5 Bathrooms: 2.5-4.5 Stories: 2 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 5-bedroom mountain style two-story modern home. Here’s the floor plan: This two-story mountain modern home features an eye-catching facade graced with shed and barrel-vaulted roofs, vertical siding, and stone accents that add texture to the exterior. …

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5-Bedroom Rustic Single-Story Mountain Ranch for a Sloping Lot with 3-Car Side-Loading Garage (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,383 Bedrooms: 2-5 Bathrooms: 2.5-4.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 5-bedroom rustic single-story mountain ranch. Here’s the floor plan: This single-story mountain ranch exudes a rustic charm with its dark horizontal siding, cedar shakes, metal roof accents, and wooden trims highlighting the windows and the covered …

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4-Bedroom Mountain Single-Story Ranch for a Sloped Lot with Elevator and Wet Bar (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,950 Bedrooms: 2-4 Bathrooms: 2.5-5.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 4 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 4-bedroom mountain single-story ranch. Here’s the floor plan: This 4-bedroom mountain ranch boasts an impeccable facade adorned with stone and stucco exterior, varied gable peaks, and a welcoming front porch accentuated with rustic wooden trims. An …

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Sprawling 7-Bedroom Two-Story Mountain Home for Wide and Sloped Lots with Open Concept Living and Gambrel Roof (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 8,998 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 6.5+ Stories: 2 Garage: 4 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 7-bedroom two-story mountain home. Here’s the floor plan: The 7-bedroom mountain home flaunts an eye-catching facade with its horizontal and vertical siding, stone accents, shuttered windows, and varied rooflines including a dramatic gambrel roof. Inside, the …

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Two-Story 4-Bedroom Mountain Modern Home for a Sloping Lot with Loft and Balcony (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 3,736 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3.5+ Stories: 2 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a two-story 4-bedroom mountain modern home. Here’s the floor plan: This two-story mountain modern home is adorned with varied rooflines, mixed sidings, and a multitude of large windows bathing the interior with natural light. The kitchen is …

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Mountain Style 3-Bedroom Single Story Craftsman for a Sloping Lot with Wet Bar and Elevator (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,574 Bedrooms: 2-3 Bathrooms: 3 Stories: 1 Garage: 2 Welcome to photos and footprint for a mountain style 3-bedroom single-story craftsman. Here’s the floor plan: Graceful eaves, cedar shakes, gable dormers, and timbered columns sitting on stone bases add a whimsical flair to this mountain craftsman home. A covered front porch ushers …

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3-Bedroom Two-Story Mountain Craftsman Home for a Sloping Lot with Wet Bar and Bonus Room Over the Garage (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 3,610 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 4 Stories: 2 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 3-bedroom two-story mountain craftsman home. Here’s the floor plan: A beautiful blend of brick, cedar shakes, and gable trims bring a great curb appeal to this 3-bedroom mountain craftsman home. It features a variety of outdoor …

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Luxury Single-Story 6-Bedroom Mountain Craftsman Home for a Sloping Lot with Wraparound Porches and Wet Bar (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 3,919 Bedrooms: 4-6 Bathrooms: 4.5-6.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 4-5 Welcome to photos and footprint for a single-story 6-bedroom mountain craftsman home. Here’s the floor plan: This single-story mountain home is loaded with great curb appeal showcasing its stone and stucco siding, rustic wood trims, and tapered columns framing the wraparound porches. Inside, …

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25 Rustic Mountain House Plans (Detailed)

I love the rustic mountain style of house. Many of the floor plans include a great room. The main material used is wood; wood proliferates throughout. It’s a classic style. 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. See …

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Rustic 4-Bedroom Single-Story Mountain Ranch for a Sloping Lot with 3-Car Garage and L-Shaped Covered Patio (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,105 Bedrooms: 1-4 Bathrooms: 2.5 Stories: 1 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a rustic 4-bedroom single-story mountain ranch. Here’s the floor plan: This single-story mountain ranch exhibits a rustic charm with its dark siding, cedar shake accents, wooden trims, and a large shed dormer that sits above the covered …

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3-Bedroom Single-Story Mountain Modern Home for a Sloped Lot with Courtyard and Angled 3-Car Garage (Floor Plan)

Specifications: Sq. Ft.: 2,516 Bedrooms: 3 (two are on lower level) Bathrooms: 2 Stories: 1 Garage: 3 Welcome to photos and footprint for a 1-bedroom single-story mountain modern home. Here’s the floor plan: A mixture of board and batten siding, rustic wood, and stone brings an immense curb appeal to this single-story mountain modern home. …

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FAQ

How much do Mountain style houses cost per square feet (approximately)?

The cost for a custom home is approximately $230 per square foot, and the cost of a semi-custom home is $170 per square foot. Aspects of a mountain style home can increase these costs. Wood siding and flooring, higher ceilings, stonework, and elevated decks are a few design features that will increase the building costs.

Are there Mountain style floor plans with a detached garage?  Is it possible?

Yes. Mountain style homes can include a detached garage. If you choose a traditional A-frame style mountain home, a detached garage may be your best choice.

Does Mountain style house usually come with a garage?

Yes. The majority of today’s mountain style homes come with a garage.

What Type of Garge is Common With Mountain Style Home Floor Plans?

The majority of Mountain style homes have an attached garage. This is particularly prevalent with craftsman style mountain homes. A-frame style homes often have a detached garage. Mountain style homes are available with drive under garages as well. This is a great option if your home is built on a steep slope. Most garages are placed at the front or side of the home.

Is Mountain style considered a grand or luxury style of home?  Is the style used for mansions or normally regular-sized homes?

Mountain style homes are typically average-sized homes. However, Mountain style mansions can be breathtaking. Large Mountain style homes are usually built in Chalet style. These are two to three stories and look great in a large size.

Is Mountain style ever built as a “small” home?  Can it be built economically?

The features of a mountain style home work well in a large or small design. Tiny mountain homes are often cabins, cottages, or A-frames. The open concept floor plan and emphasis on outdoor living space makes them a great option for small homes. They can be built economically by choosing a small size and or prefabricated home.

Can Mountain style floor plans be open concept?

Today’s Mountain style homes are typically open concept. A large great room is a hallmark feature. The open-concept style helps to make the home more inviting. Paired with the natural materials that are used to build Mountain homes, it creates a cozy space that doesn’t feel closed in.

What are popular Mountain style exterior colors?

Mountain style homes are designed to complement their natural surroundings. They look best in colors that you find in your natural surroundings, often known as earth tones. Wood in rich or medium brown is a popular choice and looks great anywhere. It can be complemented with a pop of color used as an accent. Grey, greens, and reds are good choices. Stone accents provide even more natural charm. Other popular exterior colors include brown, grey, and beige.

Can you build Mountain style house on a narrow lot?  

Many Mountain style homes are two-story, making them an ideal choice for a narrow lot. Cottages and cabins are often smaller, and work well on a narrow lot as well.

Can this style be built on a wide lot?

Mountain style homes look great on a wide lot. They can be designed in chalet or craftsman style, allowing them to take advantage of a larger lot. An expansive porch or deck can be added as well. This adds to the rugged style of the home.

Can Mountain style homes be built on a sloping lot?

Mountain style homes are ideal for a sloping lot. They are a multitude of designs especially for building on mountainsides or hillsides, which often includes a sloping lot. Most floor plans designed for sloping lots include a walkout basement.

How many floors/stories does Mountain style usually have?

The majority of Mountain style homes have one or two stories. You’ll find a few floor plans that offer three stories. 

Do Mountain style houses have a basement?

About half of Mountain style floor plans have a basement.

Does this style of house ever come with a bonus room?

Yes, some Mountain style homes feature a bonus room. A bonus room is a great way to use space that might be forgotten otherwise. They can be used for many purposes, including a playroom, game room, or home office. 

Do Mountain style floor plans come with energy-efficient options?

Moutain style floor plans are available in energy-efficient options. Net Zero ready options are rare. However, natural materials can work well for passive solar design. Other features can include a ground source heat pump and energy-efficient windows.

Is a porch a common design feature with Mountain style houses?

Yes. Porches are common on Mountain style homes. They are designed to blend in with their surroundings and embrace the great outdoors, so porches are a natural staple. You’ll also find many Mountain style homes with decks and balconies.

What types of roof does Mountain style house typically have?

Contemporary Mountain homes often have asymmetrical roofs. Most Mountain homes feature a steeply sloped gable roof. Some styles feature a wide overhang ideal for areas with a lot of snow or rain.

Does Mountain style work well with a rustic interior decor?  Or is it more suited to a contemporary interior?

Traditional Mountain style homes feature rustic decor. Stone and wood are often used for the interior. Vaulted roofs with exposed wood beams and fireplaces are common features. Contemporary Mountain style homes can have a more contemporary interior. Natural materials can be combined with simple sleek furnishings for a more modern style.