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Built in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado the Ski Home Prow 1418AR features a large glass prow wall in the great room that offers a fantastic panoramic view of nearby snow-capped mountains. The large windows do more that just offer a great view as they let in a lot of natural light and warmth. This home plan shows an optional finished lower level that can provide you and your guest's additional privacy or could be rented out for extra income.
Floor Plan Details
1418 sq.ft. 2714 sq.ft. with optional lower level (1296 sq.ft.)
1 to 3 Bedrooms (with optional lower level)
2 to 4 Bathrooms (with optional lower level)
First Floor Laundry:
Not as drawn. But, could be added.
First Floor Master Bedroom:
All of our plans can be reversed or flipped in any orientation.
Nearly any floor plan can have Lofts, Prow Walls, Covered Porches, and Garage Stalls added or removed.
This is where we excel... All of our plans can be modified to meet your design goals. Every log and timber home we sell is custom tailored to the home owner's specific needs
These Prices Explained
How much would it cost me to build this home?
Let us give you a few examples.
If you build this home with our "Complete Premium 8"x8" Full Log Package" on an unfinished non-walkout basement in most areas of North America you would expect to pay around $477,000. Next, add the walkout basement for about $80,000 totaling $557,000.
The customers home in the video and photos has larger 10"x10" logs, customized cabinetry, windows, doors, etc. increasing the price $65,000.
One more thing... when you build a home in Colorado, expect to pay more for building costs. You should anticipate another 15% to 20%.
We have many options available and ways to reduce the cost. Our goal here is to give you realistic numbers.
In different parts of the country construction costs may be more or less. And you would need to add Land Costs, Well, Septic, Landscaping, Etc.
Contact Us or call at 1-800-270-5025 and we can help you start planning your dream home.