Tri Level Floor Plans
The Classic tri level floor plans are embracing a front entry at the center of the house. The front door heading to an entry landing that set in the midway of the main level and lower level. The main level usually contains the living room, kitchen and dining room. Beneath the main level is usually crawl space or additional basement space. The kitchen, along with the dining room and living rooms is leading to the outdoor patio.
A tri level home is popular variation of a single-story ranch meets two-story design that popular in the American suburbs from 1940s to 1980s. A tri level home is actually the form of the traditional “split-level” home and frequently referred to as “California Contemporaries”. The term used for tri level floor plans are including the side-split and the back-split. A side-split refers to visible split level from the front elevation of the home while the back-split is only visible from the side elevation. The upper floor is likely to be full height ceiling whereas the lower floor has lower ceilings with in some measure are below ground.