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TERRA


A large single-story on a basement, the Terra is based on a Texas Ranch style. But the twin pitch Hawaiian roof is optimal for solar panels. A bridge in the sunspace looks over the lap pool in the basement.
MODEL
Terra 4852
SQ.FT.
2256 + 2256 bsmt
# BEDROOMS
3
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The Terra is designed for one story living, but has a full basement that doubles the useable space available.
    Terra Elevations
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    Terra Floorplans
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    Terra 3Ds
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    TERRA has the dual pitch roof popularized by Hawaiian architect C.W. Dickey. This is the perfect roof for solar - a steep pitch for the winter heating panels, and a shallow pitch for the PV electric panels. The steep "attic" allows for natural cooling with the "Corkscrew" air flow induced by the attic window arrangement.
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    The TERRA was original designed for the Hill Country of Texas and would be considered a "ranch" style home, with the popular Great Room/Kitchen arrangement. The optional garage shown here intersects the main and basement levels halfway.
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    The TERRA has 2256 square feet on one level, with 2256 square feet in the basement. TERRA has 3 bedrooms and two baths, with a shower/bathroom in the basement. The original TERRA had a lap pool in the basement, with a unique "bridge" over the pool in the sunspace.