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Mountain Home Designs [With Window Walls]

Posted by Penny Hull on Wed, Apr 29, 2015 @ 14:04 PM

Raleigh, NC Mountain Homes:

These mountain home designs are some of the most popular plans for custom home buyers. Take a look inside - these homes offer large great rooms, island kitchens, and basement options. See what floor plan features are must-haves in a rustic modern Mountain Home.


Here are links to a few of our most requested Raleigh Mountain Homes - custom design/build homes by Stanton Homes:


Mountain Home Features:

From mountain side home sites to lake front lots, central North Carolina offers beautiful spaces to build your custom home. Mountain style home plans - like the ones pictured below - are growing in popularity among NC home buyers (whether they build in countryside areas or city lots).

Some common floor plan features include:

1. Mountain Home Feature #1: Great Room Filled with Windows

You'll want to take advantage of your mountain home views (hill sides, forests, or even the community golf course), with windows walls like these:


This is a view of The Smokey Ridge great room - see more photos of this transitional (rustic and modern) Stanton Home, here.

2. Mountain Home Feature #2: Island Kitchen with a View

Your open concept mountain floor plan would not be complete without view from the kitchen island to the great room window wall.


This is a view of The Worthington II kitchen - see more photos of this contemporary colonial style Stanton Home, here.

3. Mountain Home Feature #3: Basement Level Option

Raleigh homes with a basement offer space for:

  • Multigenerational suites with a private kitchenette, living room, and outdoor living access
  • Kid's play room
  • Man cave with pool table, big screen TV, workshop, or all three


How to Build a Mountain Home:

These are just a few Mountain Home must-haves, popular among North Carolina custom home buyers. What home style is your favorite - rustic, contemporary, or a mixture of the two?

Get started - request more information about building a Stanton Home, here.