Hillside Home Plans

Hillside home plans are specifically designed to adapt to sloping or rugged building sites. Whether the terrain slopes from front to back, back to front or side to side, a hillside home design often provides buildable solutions for even the most challenging lot. One common benefit of hillside house plans is the walk-out or daylight basement. Because the slope of the lot often exposes a portion of the lower level, basement walls can accommodate more windows, providing a lighter, brighter environment. If you're planning to build a walk-out basement, consider constructing 9-foot-high foundation walls to enhance this "upper-level" feel.

Plan Number 34029

1200 Plans

1742 Heated SqFt
78'3 W x 54'3 D
Beds: 3 - Baths: 2-1/2
2135 Heated SqFt
100'0 W x 88'0 D
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2-1/2
2287 Heated SqFt
33'0 W x 44'0 D
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3
1736 Heated SqFt
40'0 W x 32'0 D
Beds: 3 - Baths: 3
1770 Heated SqFt
50'0 W x 46'0" D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
2470 Heated SqFt
73'7 W x 93'11 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
1694 Heated SqFt
44'0 W x 30'0 D
Beds: 2 - Baths: 3
3302 Heated SqFt
143'0 W x 68'0 D
Beds: 5 - Baths: 5-1/2
3744 Heated SqFt
67'2 W x 51'0 D
Beds: 5 - Baths: 3-1/2
3745 Heated SqFt
74'10 W x 83'5 D
Beds: 5 - Baths: 4-1/2
3794 Heated SqFt
71'0 W x 92'6 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 4-1/2
3869 Heated SqFt
97'6 W x 77'10 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 4
3938 Heated SqFt
77'5 W x 86'11 D
Beds: 4 - Baths: 3-1/2
800 Heated SqFt
30' W x 36' D
Beds: 2 - Baths: 1
1008 Heated SqFt
38'3 W x 43'3 D
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2
1498 Heated SqFt
38' W x 75' D
Beds: 2 - Baths: 2
House Plan 76031