60 split level staircase Porch Design Photos

Fresh Space Design
Stillwater Porch and Pergola
Ideabooks2,461
Questions2
change in floor and roof levels
split level...SPLIT LEVEL REMODEL?...bi level...different levels
“Porch not wide enough pillars. Should have pillars against house” — reneelarson
Northcape Design/Build
5 Reviews
Northcape Design/Build
Ideabooks8,479
Questions2
movement/multiple entries to main patio level
planters on deck to transition to lower level
The different levels and wide steps....Split level...Split level no railing...multi level
“Plant squares” — afaber43
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
17 Reviews
Outdoor Living - Symmes
Ideabooks2,973
Questions0
like stairs from deck to lower level
Two levels
“deck skirt” — baa4
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Pinewold Cottage
Ideabooks30,176
Questions15
It appears the basement (or lower level) extends out under the porch. What has to be done in order to keep the porch
The wise use of a split level land
3 levels...Deep multi-level porch...Lower Level with porch above.
“knee wall” — rpompe
Feinmann, Inc.
21 Reviews
A Room for All Seasons
Ideabooks13,600
Questions6
sceened deck with lattice on lower level
split level...Lower grill level...Stairs, and two levels
“Porch” — barbarahessling
Glennwood Custom Builders (NC)
10 Reviews
Creek Hollow Castle
Ideabooks1,121
Questions0
Outdoor hallway leading to the other side of the house on second level
The basement is a walk-out on this level. This bridge crosses a creek and leads to the lower-level guest suite, which has its own private balcony.I don’t
this shot shows how it all works. The stone turret contains a stunning staircase; it goes up to the top of the house. A peek underneath the covered bridge
“Ramp design” — lettersaz2013
Highmark Builders
11 Reviews
Minneapolis New Construction
Ideabooks707
Questions0
Multi decks for split level yards
“Awesome deck c pergola” — bjkress
Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
1 Review
Pasture Lane - The Farm at Banner Elk
Ideabooks10,115
Questions4
Consider rock garden to split grass from play area
transition to lower level
“big boulders incorporated in the design” — ksmed
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