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 Hillside Homes: 208 Sloping-Lot & Multi-Level Designs : 1000 to over 5,500 Square Feet At times the most interesting building site is also the most challenging on which to build. Hillside Homes offers over 200 of the most beautiful ways to make the most of a challenging lot. Completely revised with hundreds of brand-new designs, this elegant book features a wide range of exterior styles that are sure to enhance your unique lot.
  Date Published 10/1/1999

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Comments: New updated collection Oct 1999
Some good ideas. Wish Homeplanners had more designs for warmer South Western States. There are lots of hills in Calif! I need more designs with stucco and covered porches.
Rated By: Joseph K. McKinney
From: West Palm Beach, FL
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Comments: Hillside Homes: 208 Sloping-Lot & Multi-Level Designs
I was disappointed in the book because it did not include some designs of "Drive-Under" garage on the rear of the house. There were plenty of "garages-On-The-End" designs. I want a split level plan with ground-level entrance from the front to the top (ground)level and a driveway leading to the rear with a drive-under or garage with storage, etc and stairs leading to the top level. I would appreciate some suggestions if you know of a book that includes such. My email address is jbjact@juno.com. Home to be built on a 15 to 25 degree slope-to-the-rear terrain in Alabama.
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Comments: Routine Floorplans for Minimally Sloped Lots
I was very disappointed by the floor plans in this book. The designs were very traditional and the lots shown were gradually sloping rather than hillsides. None of the innovative designs of the last decade were even imitated. If you are looking for conventional designs, you may find this book of some value.