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1491 sq ft
Mid Century architecture has had a popular resurgence and this design reflects that aesthetic with great style. Generous room dimensions and amenities are rare in a house of this square footage, but this plan delivers it all.
Inspired by Mid Century modern the goal on this design was to provide as much luxury as possible in a very economical and compact layout. One Bedroom can easily be used for an office while the Master Suite is secluded from the other Bedrooms, Bath and Laundry.
A comfortable Master Bath is designed to provide a spa like environment with its large whirlpool tub, large shower with seat, and roomy double vanity. A spacious walk in closet can be organized in many different arrangements per owner requirements.
The other Bedrooms also have walk in closets and, more, there is a large linen closet in the Hall and a coat closet in the Foyer where either place can accommodate vacuum cleaners and other household necessities often overlooked in many plans.
A dramatic fireplace wall in the Great Room also has space for a media system that can easily be connected to the Master Suite and rear outdoor spaces.
Note that the Kitchen is extraordinarily efficient yet provides plenty of storage plus a three foot wide and two foot deep pantry. Have your guests chat with you while sitting at the curved island bar. You can cook and still be among all your friends and family or watch television and listen to music when on your own.
Also note that there are two walls that can accommodate a king bed plus night stands in the Master Bedroom giving you flexibility and chances to rearrange in the future should the mood strike. Secondary Bedrooms are large enough to hold queen size beds and a large dresser. You may arrange furniture in the Great Room with formal or informal settings.
Vaulted ceilings throughout the house make room for indirect lighting details that are designed for the Great Room, Master Bedroom, and Bathrooms. Install dimmers and set a warm and intimate mood in the evenings without glaring flood lamps mounted in the ceiling.
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- Floor Plan(s): Detailed plans, drawn to 1/4" scale for each level showing room dimensions, wall partitions, windows, etc. as well as the location of electrical outlets and switches.
- Cross Section: A vertical cutaway view of the house from roof to foundation showing details of framing, construction, flooring and roofing.
- Interior Elevations: Detailed drawings of kitchen cabinet elevations and other elements as required.
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