House Plan Profile
Broad vistas are yours to enjoy from the moment you step inside the hexagonal great room. The great room is open to the kitchen, located in a wing to the left, as is the owners’ suite. Not visually apparent is the integration of green building features. Special considerations focused on maximizing efficiency of the plumbing, mechanical system, insulation, and more.
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Greenview lodge offers panoramic vistas
Built in the right setting, the bright and spacious hexagonal great room at the center of the Greenview serves up a panorama of stunning views. And the vistas from inside this lodge are yours to enjoy from the moment you step inside.
Hefty log posts highlight the entry. A king post and struts highlight its lofty vaulted porch. Double doors open into the expansive great room, which is richly glassed in the three back wall sections. Tall windows flank the fireplace centered in the section to the right.
Across the room from the entry, twin sets of sliding glass doors open onto a vaulted and covered deck that is a near reflection of the front porch. A log handrail rims the wide deck that wraps around the rear, creating an extensive outdoor living area.
Wings extend out to the left and right of the great room. On the left, a peninsular eating bar bounds a roomy kitchen with plenty of cupboard and counter space, including a central work island. The owners’ suite, with its twin lavs and large walk-in closet, is just down the hall. A second bedroom and bathroom fill the opposite wing.
Not visually apparent is the integration of green building features, designed to meet Energy Star Benchmark Home Standards. Special considerations in this design focused on maximizing efficiency of the plumbing, mechanical system, insulation and more. These are just a few of the many green features found in this design. While passersby will delight in the Greenview’s panoramic vistas, Mother Nature will delight in the invisible features that will help make the environment a better place.