A-Frame House Plan Details
Dating back to the dawn of time, teepee-shaped A-Frame house plans were revolutionized by architect, Andrew Geller on Long Island in 1957 became popular in the 1960s and 1970s. The steep two-sided slope of its namesake roofline extends almost to the foundation and is designed to help heavy snow slide to the ground. Typically one and a half to two and a half stories, A-Frame home plans feature a cozy half floor loft or storage area at the peak of the home providing spectacular but limited living space with few vertical walls. Exteriors are made of wood and offer a deck for outdoor entertaining. Dramatic and dynamic.
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A-Frame House Plan Features
The steeply sloping roof not only lends itself as a stunning stylistic element but a functionally sound design allowing heavy snow to slide to the ground in the cold winter months.
Large Oversized Windows