Our initial home was a “Split Amount Home”. These houses are also described as “Split Foyers” and in some cases “Raised Ranch”. They offer you an economical and powerful use of sq. feet.
The reduce level, usually identified as the basement is raised to allow for larger sized home windows on the entrance as effectively as the back of the property. It helps make a more nice living space than a normal basement.
When we constructed this home we didn’t have a lot of money…so I intended our “Split level” with an condominium in the reduce level. The condominium has its own entrance on the aspect of the property and requires up about 2/3 of the reduce level. That leaves a great sized place with a sliding glass door to the yard.
Monetarily it produced more sense to develop this new home with an condominium, than to obtain an more mature home without an condominium.
Some of the attributes of this home incorporate: (1) the most important level has 1200 sq. feet (2) A few bedrooms and 1 bath on the most important level (3) One particular bed room condominium on reduce level (4) an hooked up two auto garage.
The home I’m describing in shape properly on a gently sloping lot. The deepest section of the reduce level was about 4′ in the ground on the entrance of the home. The back and the aspect have walkouts at quality level.
We lived in this home for 7 many years. The rental earnings produced this style get the job done for us very effectively though we lived in it.
This type is normally applied for starter houses. From my working experience I imagine they’re a pretty great decision.