Split Level House. General home activities were focused on the middle level, with the entry, kitchen, living room and dining room. The other side is a middle level that's even with the front entryway.
The Split Level house plan is a variation on Ranch style that's designed to maximize smaller lots. Other key features include: Asymmetrical facade; And a split-level is basically a variation on that theme: double the benefits of the ranch's fluid and linear living spaces by planting one atop of another. A common variation is the Split Foyer house plan, or Raised Ranch, which is essentially a Ranch plan elevated above a partly below-grade basement, with the entrance on the stair landing between these two.
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This usually includes the kitchen and dining room, as well.
You have a single level on one side of the house, while the other side consists of two floors. So, in a typical split level house, you'll walk up a porch and enter into the main level, consisting of a kitchen. Updating the look and feel of your home, including the appliances like those in the kitchen above, will dramatically change the interiors.