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A Timber Frame Floor Plan to Balance Privacy and Entertaining

Just like each project that Colorado Timberframe is a part of, this floor plan was designed to both exceed clients’ expectations and elevate their way of life. Whether you love to entertain or prefer a more secluded lifestyle, this floor plan provides you with whichever you desire by seamlessly incorporating spaces for both. This content is sponsored by Colorado Timberframe.


The Westcliffe Moonlight

When designing a home, Colorado Timberframe envisions how our clients will not only live their day-to-day life, but their goals for entertaining and special moments. The Westcliffe Moonlight by Colorado timberframe was specifically designed for owners who love their personal time, might want to keep this as their retirement home, but also love to entertain and have an open-door policy for their friends and family to visit and enjoy this beautiful home. While Colorado Timberframe creates their floor plans to fit into as many build locations as possible, this home would be perfect for a mountain getaway. The main floor living area is perfect for any elevation and the outdoor entertainment space is prime for connecting with the land.

The Plan

Square Footage: 2,464 square feet
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 3
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  1. Doors that connect the kitchen and balcony create a seamless flow for entertainment. Easily transition from prepping in the kitchen and dining room to gathering with your guests on the balcony where stunning views await.
  2. A separate powder room from the upstairs bathroom creates a private space for guests and doesn’t impede on owners' personal space.
  3. Having the laundry room across from the primary suite closet creates an easy and effective route to complete laundry tasks without the need to go up and down stairs.
  4. Having a storage room right off the garage creates a simple way to organize all the fun toys that come with life in the mountains, whether it be mountain bikes, skis or climbing gear!

More to Love

With two rooms in the basement and its own separate entrance, this layout provides family and friends with the privacy they may desire while visiting, without giving up any feeling of connection.
Upstairs, homeowners will reap the benefits of a ranch-style home. The main living area consists of a spacious kitchen area with plentiful seating, both inside and on the connecting balcony, as well as an open-concept living and dining room to host and relax in comfort.
The open interior combined with the back balcony and front patio makes this layout ideal for a buyer that loves to entertain. The combination of that along with the main-level primary bedroom and bathroom allow our clients to reside in this house for as long as possible.

This content is sponsored by Colorado Timberframe.

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