This European design features a castle like entrance with a tall stone arch. A grand curved staircase greets you in the vaulted foyer, with a formal dining room to the right and a study to the left. The Great Room features a fireplace and two stone arched entries. The massive kitchen offers a large eat-at island bar, a prep island and a walk-in pantry. Off of the kitchen is a huge Outdoor Living/Grilling Porch with a patio next to it, divided by a shared fireplace. Retreat to the Master Suite and with its huge 11’ boxed ceiling and a private beautiful Sun Room. The double doors to the master bath are located in the corner for maximum space saving. A whirlpool tub sits in front of a large 2 entry shower. The master bath has a huge walk-in closet and another walk-in closet that doubles as a storm room. Upstairs you’ll find a grand balcony overlooking the foyer and Great Room. Bedroom 2 has its own bath while bedrooms 3 and 4 share one. There’s also a large proposed game room and an adjacent theater room. Off of the game room is a large balcony covered porch.
Additional Room Features
Exterior Wall Framing
Plan Set Price
Additional Construction Sets $40.00/each
Right-Reading Reverse $50.00
Material List $125.00
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