Plans with Master Bedroom Not on First Floor

For couples and singles who want to get away from it all, upstairs master bedrooms provide a relaxing refuge from everyday life. Before building your dream house, decide where you would like your master bedroom suite to be situated. Consider which level of your home will have the best view and which area will allow you to enjoy the most peace and quiet.

Second floor master bedrooms are often tucked away at the end of a hall or over the garage area. Third floor master bedroom suites may sprawl across the entire top level and may include a sitting area, large walk in closets or even an exercise room. Whether located on the second or third floor, upper story suites can be found in both traditional and contemporary floor plan designs.

Upstairs master bedroom home plans almost always incorporate an adjoining bath that can range from simple to spectacular, while others offer unique features, such as: second story porches, interior balconies, built in wet bars and more.

For those seeking a private place to unwind at the end of the day, house designs with upstairs master bedrooms are a perfect choice.

Elements of "Master Up" Home Plans

  • Large walk-in closets or even exercise rooms.
  • Adjoining bath ranging from simple to spectacular.
  • Unique features include second story porches, interior balconies, built in wet bars.

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