Split level home designs are based on the popular ranch house design and, like the single-story ranch, became popular in the 1950s. But instead of being just one story, split level house plans feature a two-story, split entry design with one wing of the home being divided at mid-height to create a third floor level and extra space.
Split level house floor plans usually feature a rec room or game room on the lower level and bedrooms on an upper level. They offer comfortable spaces for families with plenty of room, and help you make an effective use of building materials.
With the versatility of split level home designs, it’s not surprising that they have been widely used on building sites with a slope. Split level house floor plans also frequently incorporate roomy decks off the dining room that are great for entertaining. And with two stories to work with, some of our split level home plans also feature cathedral ceilings in the living and dining rooms.
Advanced House Plans has several split level floor plans for sale with a wide range of features, so call us today to discuss your needs!