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The one we're in now isn't the typical 7steps up/7 down split (from the main level); it's 10 up to the bedrooms and 4 down to the family room. However, if they're small size to start with I can understand why they might feel claustrophobic, though there are larger tri-levels that definitely don't feel claustrophobic -- probably depends on the size of the rooms.
Split foyers and bi-levels are not as nice in my opinion, though I see why they did it that way -- they wanted to open up the basement and while at the same time being efficient in terms of space.
there's lots of bi-levels and ranch styles and two story houses in the area, too.
No offense if that's what you like - we like open, light, airy floorplans, so while it's almost a given that anything we're looking at in satellite cities around Boulder (around 350K) will need renovation of some kind or another, tri-levels are just particularly frustrating, especially if you find one in a good location - the cost of fixing them to modern trends/standards is just too prohibitive.
Why these were ever popular is beyond me, but I can't seem to think of a way to open them up and unify the spaces that doesn't involve tear downs. But if you don't like this type of a floor plan ...Print these pictures out and mark them up, noting the things you love and the things you hate about each of them.