Floor Plans: A Closer Look at the Basswood
The Basswood floor plan is one of the most popular options. People love how these homes look, and they especially like the fact that we have a number of different Basswood options. Each one retains the basic look and feel of the home, but each is slightly different, allowing you to pick the layout that best works for you and your family. Let’s take a closer look at the Basswood family so you can get a better idea of what this floor plan offers and how each variation is different.
The Basswood I
This is the first in the series, and it’s the perfect home for a single person in need of a little extra room or for a young couple thinking about starting a family. It offers two spacious bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet, a large living room, and a garage with space for two cars and storage. The living room, dining room, and kitchen flow into one another with no barriers in between, so you have one large open space for entertaining.
The Basswood II
The Basswood II has an identical layout to the Basswood I, but it offers a little more room. The living room, dining room, kitchen, and second bedroom are larger, giving you more space. The exterior looks a little different since there’s more space inside.
The Basswood III
If your family has outgrown a two-bedroom home, it’s time to upgrade to the Basswood III. This home features three bedrooms, each of which is good sized. The smallest is a little over 10 foot by 11 foot, giving you 110 square feet of space. The master bedroom is still spacious at more than 13 foot by 12 foot. As with the other two Basswood floor plans, the open layout of the living room and dining room gives you a large space, while the garage provides plenty of storage and room for your vehicles.
The Basswood III-2
This modified version of the Basswood III offers a second bathroom and walk-in closets for the master bedroom and one of the other two bedrooms. If you need more room for your clothing or don’t want to deal with multiple people sharing one bathroom, this is the way to go. The bedrooms are still as spacious as ever—you’re not losing any space to make room for the extras.
The Basswood III-2 Rambler
This variation is very similar to the Basswood III-2, but it rearranges a few things, such as moving a closet out of the living room and into the larger entryway. It also doesn’t have quite as large of a living/dining area, so if you don’t have big groups of people over, you may prefer this layout.
Want to Know More?
If you’re interested in the Basswood or want to see some great pictures of this floor plan, you’ll find it and all of the other layouts in our Cascade Series on our Floor Plans Page. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!