Side-Split with Garage

Your home is an efficient use of space with additional storage!

Choose from one of the following limited edition lipstick designs:

Each Design Solution Will Include Everything You need to complete Your Lipstick:

  • colour rendering of the front elevation
  • line drawing so you can measure your home when ordering materials
  • notes with dimensions and details
  • colour suggestions for design elements and materials

To Purchase Your Limited Edition Plan:

  1.   Choose one of the three stock designs
  2.   Complete the purchase through our secure site  
  3.   Download your design onto your laptop, mobile device or USB
  4.   Print the pages which are available in two sizes 8.5” X 11” or 11” X 17”

Other Lipstick Designs

raised-ranch
RanchRanch homes are an architectural style built in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s usually on large lots in suburban cities. They have a simple one story living plan usually with a finished basement and side entrance in northern climates. Guests enter on the main living area and this home was designed with horizontal lines and simple features.
sidesplit-carport
Side-Split with CarportSide-split homes are an architectural style built in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s usually on large lots in suburban cities. They are either three or four levels which are visible from the front elevation found facing the street. They are an efficient use of living space where a carport was added to provide protection for automobiles.
sidesplit-garage
Side-Split with GarageSide-split homes are an architectural style built in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s usually on large lots in suburban cities. They are either three or four levels which are visible from the front elevation found facing the street. They are an efficient use of living space with a garage to provide both storage and protection for automobiles.
backsplit
Back-SplitBack-split homes are an architectural style built in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s usually on large lots in suburban cities. They are three or four levels with staggered floors and guests entering on the main living area. The split level is only visible from the side of the house, with the front appearing to be a single storey home.
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