These floorpans and images came within an attached booklet to the sales brochure we recently shared. We are slowy discovering the location of these homes across the Mid-West, there are more that are in existence: Michigan City, IN; Grand Blanc, MI; Kankakee, IL; and Urbana IL. We are still trying to locate one in Akron, OH where these homes were manufactured. Endless google-map street view searches and so far nothing – but we are not giving up. So far we are at a count of 6 homes, with one other being a similar layout to our home. Do you know of a home that might be an Alisde? We would love to hear from you, please sends us an email through the contact section.


The model above is very similar to our layout. We have a basement, so the stairs are not represented, and our bathroom layout for the guest bath is a little different, it is still essentially our layout. The Model numbers represent the square footage of the house.

screen-shot-2017-01-04-at-1-27-09-pmscreen-shot-2017-01-04-at-1-27-17-pmThese split-level homes with walk-out basements are amazing, and the raised decks are dreamy. The gentleman that shared these images with us from the brochure he procured lives in one of these models. He kindly shared a few snap-shots and WOW – amazing.


And check-out the floorpan below – this one is an art-lovers delight. Loads of natural light and interior gallery space, *sigh* another Alside Home we would have loved to have met. screen-shot-2017-01-04-at-1-27-38-pmscreen-shot-2017-01-04-at-1-27-45-pm


  1. My uncle, Walter Graybosch, built one of these around 1960 in Edwardsburg, Michigan…southwest corner of Eagle Lake. I believe at 68828 S. Shore Drive. Sometime later ( late 1970’s ) he added on to the garage and covered the whole house with wooden siding….I assume to make it easier to sell, which they did in the 80’s.

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