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Bay Wood

Architect: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 3371  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 3.5

The main level of this handsome home features a large family room off the kitchen, along with separate living and dining rooms, while the upper level has three bedrooms (plus an optional fourth above the garage) along with a study and a laundry room. There are great views to the front, the rear, and one entire side, so the house is filled with light during the day.

Ranch-Style Craftsman

Architect: Karen Keating, AIA
TKP Architects

Total Sq. Ft.: 5477  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 3.5

As you step into this handsome one–story home there's a beautiful circular stairway to the lower walk out level right in front of you, and just beyond it is a great room with a tall vaulted ceiling and a far wall filled with windows that rise up to meet it. A glazed door provides access to a deck that spans the entire width of the house. Also on this main level is a spacious kitchen with a sun–filled nook, a formal dining room, and a study. And the lower level includes 3 more bedrooms, a home theater space, and a large recreation area with a wet bar.

An Island

Architect: R W Knight
Knight Architecture

Total Sq. Ft.: 1237  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 1.0

This rustic house vacation house is small (just 1,237 sf), but there's room for three bedrooms on the main level, and a sleeping loft space for guests on the upper level. The kids' bedrooms are quite small, but each has its own loft space. A large deck wraps around the living and dining areas at the rear of the house, and next to it there's a screened porch that can be accessed from both the deck and the living room.

ZigZag Views

Architect: Mount Bachelor Design Studio
Mount Bachelor Design Studio

Total Sq. Ft.: 3162  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 4.0

It's hard to tell from the photo on the left, but this is a truly unique house. It is shaped like an inverted "V" whose lines have an irregular saw–tooth pattern that provides an incredible panoramic view in all directions! In fact, every room in this one–story house has a terrific view. And nearly every room has a vaulted ceiling. If you have a wide lot and a view, you owe it to yourself to take a look at the floor plans and photos of this extraordinary home.

Good Morning

Architect: Ed Kriskywicz
Construction Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 2340  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 3.0

This house features a fantastic rear view through a curved outer wall that wraps around the living and dining areas. The ceiling in these spaces rises to a stunning 21 feet, and windows wrap around the upper portion of the curved wall as well. The unique kitchen sits at a 45–degree angle to the living spaces, and enjoys the same lower and upper panoramic view.

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