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Lakeview Court

Architect: Bruce Millard
Studio of Sustainable Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 2716  Bedrooms: 2  Baths: 2.5

This two–bedroom home expands to four bedrooms if you build the lower level. The original home was built next to a lake, with a sloping lot that allowed for a walk out basement. The living and dining areas are separated by an (optional) two–sided fireplace, and the ceiling above these two rooms vaults to 15'. This house provides tremendous views to the rear.

Sun Gable

Architect: Bruce Millard
Studio of Sustainable Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 2909  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

This home was originally built as a passive solar home on a sloped lot, with views to the mountains and a lake. The home was designed with a south facing facade for good solar heating in the winter, and is designed with natural cooling elements for the warmer seasons. The vaulted ceiling in the living room provides a dramatic space, and high windows for good natural ventilation.

Lake Cabin

Architect: Eric Gedney
Eric Gedney Architect

Total Sq. Ft.: 2593  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

It's called Lake Cabin, but it would work well in many different settings, and is designed for year–long living. This is a three–story house, with a 2–car garage, a large workshop, and a laundry on the lowest level; 2 bedrooms on the middle level, and a couple's realm at the top. There are two 24'–wide decks – one off the living room just beyond a large fireplace, and another off the master bedroom with an outdoor fireplace at the far end. The original homeowners wanted small windows on the sides of the house for privacy, but these can of course be larger if you'd like.


Architect: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 2468  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 3.5

As the name implies, this house was originally designed for a lot right next to a lake, but it would work just as well on any site with a rear view. The handsome but modest appearance on the street side gives little indication of the stunning rear appearance and the open views. This house was built on a lakeside lot that sloped to the rear, but it could just as easily be built on a flat lot, with or without a basement. As you step into the living/dining space the ceiling rises to a dramatic 20', dropping to just under 12' at the rear windows. Two huge multi–paned windows flank sliding glass doors with transom windows above them. The kitchen and nook also have terrific views to the rear, as does the master bedroom. There are three additional bedrooms upstairs, all of which enjoy great views too.

Crystal Lake Cottage

Architect: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 2500  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

This ruggedly handsome home was originally designed for a lot that backed up to a lake, so it features abundant views to the rear. The great room features a dramatic vaulted ceiling, picture windows that go all the way up to the sloped ceiling, and angled exterior walls for maximum outdoor views. There's a covered porch off the great room, and a screened porch off the dining room for outdoor dining or pre–dinner drinks. The master suite is on the main level, while upstairs there are two bedroom suites, a den, and a large open loft that looks down into the great room.

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