Just 20 feet wide, this remarkable home from Visbeen Architects (winner of awards at the 2011 and 2012 American Residential Design Awards) presents a solution to a common limitation in waterfront property: a narrow lot. This home makes up for in height and length, maximizing the available space and taking full advantage of what are sure to be expansive views from each of its three stories. Featuring porthole windows and outdoor upper decks, the Pine Cliff exudes a distinctly nautical air, perching on its steep grade like a great docked ship. The entry level functions as the main living space, featuring a half bath, foyer, kitchen, dining room, and glass-walled living room. One floor up is the laundry, bunk room, and sunny master suite. The lower level is home to another bedroom suite and office space. Across the way, through the covered patio alcove is the lower-level family room, complete with kitchenette and walkout access to the water.
width 10' 10" x depth 11' 2"
width 10' x depth 11' 2"
width 12' x depth 12'
width 19' x depth 19'
width 22' 6" x depth 11' 6"
width 10' 10" x depth 18' 8"
width 18' 8" x depth 18' 8"
width 18' 10" x depth 19'
Please note: If you are building a Visbeen Architects design in the state of Michigan, please give us a call to confirm availability. Construction in some areas of Michigan requires special permission from the Architect.
All plans are drawn at ¼” scale or larger and include :
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