Striking design and exquisite touches combine to make this Craftsman floor plan just what you've been looking for. A spacious covered front porch welcomes you home. The exciting open floorplan is highly functional for entertaining as well as day-to-day living. Having both formal and casual dining space is an ideal arrangement. The spacious gourmet kitchen features a center island which houses the dishwasher and sink. The kitchen opens into the great room which features built-in cabinetry and a fireplace. Located off the kitchen is a home office. The convenient mud room features "cubbies" with storage shelves and a large walk-in closet. The adjoining laundry room has cabinets and a laundry sink. An optional screen porch is located just off the casual dining area. Secluded in the back corner of this level is a private study. A powder room completes this first floor.
Upstairs you will find a luxurious master suite, three secondary bedrooms and an oversized bonus room. Bedrooms #2 and 3 share a bath. Bedroom #4 adjoins a hall bath. The spacious bonus room could serve any number of purposes. Nestled at the end of the hall is the master suite with a dramatic vaulted tray ceiling. The spa-like master bath and huge walk-in closet make this truly and owner's retreat!
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