Bi-Level Homes

Bi-level homes are very popular because they offer space for inexpensive expansion in the future. Because the basement is half-exposed, finished area in the lower level is much more comfortable than typical finished basement area because it has full windows just as upstairs. The foundation walls are half concrete and half framed, making it easier to finish and also well-suited to a level or up-sloping lot.

 

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Fern Cliff

21 994 2
994 Total sq. ft. of living area, 994 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level ...
994 Total sq. ft. of living area, 994 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level with four single windows and 3/0 ...

Sycamore A

32 1,625 2
1,625 Total sq. ft. of living area, 1,570 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level ...
1,625 Total sq. ft. of living area, 1,570 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level with three twin windows and 3/0 ...

Sycamore B

32 1,625 2
1,625 Total sq. ft. of living area, 730 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level ...
1,625 Total sq. ft. of living area, 730 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level with one twin window and 3/0 ...

Amsterdam

32 1,856 2
1,856 Total sq. ft. of living area, 1,856 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level, ...
1,856 Total sq. ft. of living area, 1,856 sq. ft. additional unfinished lower level, four twin windows in lower level ...
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