Published at Saturday, July 28th, 2018 - 21:15:59 PM. . By Rosalyn Waterman.
A-Frame Beach Homes. These homes are easily recognized by their steep roof that forms the appearance of an "A" - Hence the name. This house plan was originally designed to allow snow to fall to the ground instead of resting on the house frame throughout the colder months. However, this is certainly a beach home that can cater to tropical homes as well. A-Frame beach homes are typically designed to have high ceilings and tall window, and usually incorporate a smaller upper living space such as a loft. This floor plan is very open yet cozy.
Coastal Beach Homes. Due to the close proximity of the shoreline, Coastal homes are designed to allow water to flow underneath it freely without causing any damage, which is why the first floor is typically raised up on pier foundations to accommodate any rise in tides. With the first level being raised, you can still opt for a second story that will cater to your desired space and needs. Typically Coastal Beach Homes are built with large windows to allow the scenic views to be enjoyed.
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