Originally designed for a steep hillside lot, with mountain views, this 2,687 square foot house is a modern two-story design that keeps family friendliness in mind. This is a reverse living plan, where the main living areas and master suite are on the upper floor, while the remaining bedrooms occupy the lower floor. The upper level includes an open and spacious main living design, master suite with large bathroom and walk-in closet and enclosed study. A three-car garage accesses a large mudroom with laundry, sink and storage. The downstairs level includes two bedrooms, a media or playroom, and additional office space. The original design included a requested “man cave” shop space, but this can be adapted into a wine cellar as well. The exterior entry features an inviting courtyard and patio in addition to two other outdoor decks that are perfect for entertaining or enjoying scenic views. Staggered 8-inch stud exterior wall framing provides and energy efficient building envelope. This home was featured on the 2013 Green and Solar Home Tour of Central Oregon.
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Floor Plan - Lower Floor
Floor Plan - Main Floor
Full Specs & Features
Decks : 681 sq/ft
Garage : 867 sq/ft
Lower Floor : 886 sq/ft
Main Floor : 1801 sq/ft
*Total Square Footage only includes conditioned space and does not include garages, porches, bonus rooms, or decks.
Garage Ceiling : 8'
Lower Ceiling : 8'
Primary Pitch : 2:12
Roof Framing : TJI engineered I-joists
Roof Type : Composition
Secondary Pitch : 3:12
Exterior Wall Framing
Framing : Staggered w/ 8" wall thickness
Main Floor Master Bedroom
Walk In Closet
Walk In Pantry Cabinet Pantry
Additional Room Features
Den Office Study Computer
Hobby Rec Room Game Room
Main Floor Laundry
Grill Deck Sundeck
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Foundation Plan: 1/4" - 1'0"
Main and Upper Level Floor Framing: 1/4" - 1'0"
Main and Upper Level Floor Plan: 1/4" - 1'0"
Roof Framing Plan: 1/4" - 1'0"
Building Sections: 1/4" - 1' 0"
Typical Wall Section: 1/2" - 1' 0"
Electrical switch and outlet plan: 1/4" - 1'0"
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"Being able to record and hold my thoughts on a piece of paper, then a short time later, being able to walk inside those thoughts, is one of the best parts of design." With any design, be it a custom home, remodel or addition, living spaces are made from the collective imaginations of the designer and client. At the Shelter Studio, Jason Offutt’s creativity is well polished. His design motivations draw from the aesthetics of historical architecture to bolster the integrity of the modern home—historic sensibility with a contemporary practicality. Raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Offutt’s interest in architecture was inspired by the old homes of the South. His eye for the work was refined while perusing his B.S. in Architectural Engineering Technology from Southern Polytechnic State University. In school, his parallel interests in design and engineering brought him to study in the Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Physics departments. Out of college, Offutt’s work experience focused on several building types—hotels, medical facilities, offices, and high-end residential buildings. It was in residential design where Offutt discovered a desirable niche. Shifting scale to residential design, Offutt found he was able to take a more personal approach to drawing, working with the client to focus on the fine details of living spaces. Today, his design focus is founded on a technical understanding of material and structure and a firm knowledge of historical architecture. He uses this diverse background to join artful design with enduring structures. With over fifteen years of experience in architecture, Offutt has worked on hundreds of homes. A signature of his design style is to blend several architectural elements to create smooth transitions between the public and the private spaces of the home. A language of the home, Offutt believes, "should be expressive." He continues, "When you walk by any home, it should reach out and grab you, and invite you in. If the home doesn't make you stop and look, it hasn't done its job. You should want to walk right thru the front door and make this your home." From sketch to structure, Offutt works to bring beauty through design, and into the home. Certifications/ Organizations: LEED® Accredited Professional Certified Sustainable Building Advisor® (CSBA) Certified Sustainable Home Professional (CSHP) Mr. Offutt is also an active volunteer in his local community. He has assisted with many projects ranging from river cleanup to a kayaking kid's camp. He is also a board member for a local non-profit addressing river safety and the paddle trail. He also works with the local Habitat for Humanity chapter and First Story, donating home designs and other efforts.