This custom Cape-style home to be built in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts fits a lot of living area in a compact size. The main level is about 1000 s.f., and has a Beamed Cathedral Ceiling over the living and dining area (http://www.postandbeam.com/roof-framing-system). The center section is the kitchen and stairway, and the other side houses the master bedroom suite and shared full bath. A Plaster and Beam Mid-Floor System is over the kitchen section and master bedroom section (http://www.postandbeam.com/floor-framing-system). Upstairs there are two additional bedrooms with a shared full bath, and a lounge/seating area that looks down onto the kitchen/dining area below. The upper level rooms are under a cathedral Plaster and Accent Beam Roof System, and are about 625 sq. ft. altogether. A flexible, open, daylight basement takes advantage of the sloped site, and is currently designed as a family room, media room area, utility, storage, and additional half-bath and laundry.