189,699 rear entry Home Design Photos

Contemporary Exterior
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Rear windows for great room, jutting out effect. Negative is the height - looks like too much room volume.
Entry, volume and rocks
“Nice” — docpuig
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
The Residence
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other sides of the house are neighbors of very close proximity which cause privacy issues and unpleasant views – “the bad view.” Thus the sides and rear are mostly solid in order to block out the less desirable views and the front is completely transparent in order to frame and capture the lake – “horse
“The painting” — smilligan1
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
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engage with this expansive view. Our project corrects these deficits, lifting the height of the space over the kitchen and dining rooms and lining the rear facade with a series of 9' high doors, opening to the deck and the hillside beyond.
Entry wall
“Fridge position” — wrightytight
Catalano Architects
4 Reviews
Stonehedge Farm
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rear of the house
“Window curve” — daricemercer
Glendarroch Homes
Rivercrest
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great rear porch
Pool entry
“Like simple pool” — mkuzmiak
Sherman Architecture
LAKE HOUSE
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house with the outdoors. The flow of space from living, family, dining, and kitchen areas was reconfigured to open onto a new “wrap-around deck” in the rear yard. Special attention to space, light, and proportion led to raising the ceiling in the living/dining room creating a “great hall” at the center of
private terrace and sitting room, was added upstairs under a butterfly roof that frames dramatic views on both sides of the house. A new gable over the entry for enhanced street presence. The eclectic mix of materials, forms, and saturated colors give the house a playful modern appeal. Credits: Photos by
“One option for staircase.” — cwhattam
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
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was the goal from the start. Our intent was to soften the hard lines of the home and surroundings, along with creating a very private front entry and secluded rear yard. The raised masonry deck and lower level terrace with a tasteful pergola, was a place to escape and relax after a long day at the office
“El adoquín” — vcmantica
BAAN design
Rauch Residence
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Exterior - Rear Yard
Entry stairs
“my kinda place” — sharmon2012
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