This house was designed to get the best living space on a very sloping site in Bethlehem. With 4m of fall over the slope, without having to create large unsightly retaining walls to get a flat building platform, the house was created with 3 different levels. Main level had bedrooms, family room, kitchen/dining and laundry. A flight of stairs leads down to the media/living room on the “mid level” where another set of stairs leads you to the basement garage and storage helping keep the access into the house of a lesser gradient. Having these split levels give some great character when looking at the home. The cladding is a mixture of brick and Palliside again meaning no maintenance which is desirable when you have walls this high from the ground.