Floor Plans for A Sloped Lot

Floor plans perfect for a sloped lot are family friendly and deceptively large. These homes appear to have only one or two stories from the front façade but are significantly larger from the rear. As the lot slopes away from the house, space is provided for a lower level that leads directly into the back yard. A deck is often overhead, where the first floor outdoor living space resides. The lower level usually only has windows on the rear wall, as the remainder of the space is built into the sloping lot.

Any style of home can be built into a sloping lot, but modern and contemporary homes provide the ideal example of maximizing space. These homes usually present a streamlined, horizontally oriented façade that appears to only have one level, but the home can actually be quite large with two or three floors dropping with the sloping lot. Other house styles well suited to a sloping lot are neo-traditional, Mediterranean and French Chateau.

A home built on a sloped lot and featuring a finished, walk out basement is the perfect solution for expanding families, or for families just needing the extra space. This floor plan is very flexible, as the basement can accommodate a separate apartment, bonus room, storage space or all three together. Grandparents or college-age children would feel right at home in a basement suite with a private bathroom and kitchen. Or, imagine entertaining on the lower level with a home theater, billiards or wine cellar and stepping out to a lower patio with an exceptional outdoor kitchen. Whether providing function or fancy, the possibilities are endless for floor plans on a sloped lot.

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