Hillside House Plans

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The hillside house plans we offer in this section of our site were specifically designed for sloped lots, but please note that the vast majority of our homes can be built on a sloping lot even if the original house was designed for a flat piece of property. Hillside home plans can also be used to build on lots that slope in a different direction, particularly if you plan to have a walk out or daylight basement. And if your lot slopes left-to-right or vice versa, in reverse of the way the lot sloped where the original house was built, we can reverse the plans to suit your lot.

Some of our hillside plans include a walk out basement. But keep in mind that if the house you like was designed for a below ground or daylight basement, and the slope of your lot is steep enough, the plans can be easily modified to a walk out by your builder.

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  • Luxury Living

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    Above Ground

    4585 sq ft 2 story
    3 bed 3.5 bath
    113 wide 50 deep

    Lower Level

    2817 sq ft
    1 bed 1.5 bath
  • Summit Views Luxury Home

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    Above Ground

    4972 sq ft 2 story
    4 bed 4.5 bath
    71.75 wide 71 deep

    Lower Level

    1991 sq ft
    1 bed 1 bath
  • Hillside House

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    Above Ground

    1647 sq ft 2 story
    3 bed 2.5 bath
    36 wide 36 deep

    Lower Level

    1131 sq ft
    0 bed 0 bath
  • Portland Craftsman

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    Above Ground

    2158 sq ft 2 story
    3 bed 2.5 bath
    31.5 wide 60.5 deep

    Lower Level

    817 sq ft
    1 bed 1 bath
  • Tuscan Beauty Luxury Home

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    Above Ground

    4491 sq ft 2 story
    4 bed 2.5 bath
    90 wide 57.833 deep

    Lower Level

    838 sq ft
    1 bed 1 bath
Bedrooms

We highly recommend that you click on two boxes – the number of bedrooms you know you need, and one less bedroom. For example, if you need 4 bedrooms, click on the boxes next to 4 and next to 3. Otherwise you will not see homes where existing rooms on the lower, main, or upper levels might work perfectly well as a bedroom instead of as an office, study, etc.

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