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A Frame Homes For Sale

A-Frame homes are loved by many people. Typically mountain communities or resort towns with winter activities or mountain resorts are where you find A-Frame homes. The A-Frame has charm to spare, but is typically difficult to live in due to the sloped walls and lack of storage. A one story A-Frame is the most livable, but many builders add a second story with a loft.

A-Frame Homes June 15, 2024
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NTREIS data last updated June 15, 2024.

What Defines An A-Frame Home?

Key features of A-Frame style home design:

  • has a tall, triangular roof that resembles the capital letter "A."
  • Typically 2 or 3 stories
  • 1st floor living area
  • A sleeping loft on the second floor
  • Triangular shape
  • Large windows
  • High ceilings

The Dallas A-Frame Market

A-Frame homes are often built in our waterfront home markets. The charm of having an A-Frame lake house is woven into our culture. You will also find A-Frame homes in the mountain town of Beavers Bend in Oklahoma. Most real estate agents that list homes in the DFW area mislabel a home as an A-Frame home. Double check any listing marked as an A-Frame, it may be mislabeled.