SPLIT-LEVEl COLLECTION

Split-Level Style Homes

The split level (sometimes called a multi-level) style home plan began as a variation of a ranch style house plan. The split-level house plan often maintained the shallow pitched roof and architectural styling of the ranch. However, rather than a one level floor plan, split-levels have various levels at varying heights. Generally, split-level home plans have a one-level portion attached to a two-story section.

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DALLAS

CHARLEVOIX

CHESAPEAKE

DAVENPORT

AUSTIN

CHELSEA

MIRAMAR

DAYTON