The attractive Craftsman exterior of this Northwest home plan will draw you in to see the exciting floor plan. An 11' vaulted ceiling tops the foyer that has clear sightlines into the great room with its ceiling that soars to 15'6" angling in several directions. A row of clerestory windows allow even more natural light to flood the room. From the great room you can see right into the large 14' by 13' wkitchen with its huge island, and on into the dining room. Outside the dining room is a covered seating area accessed from a door in the dining area. A split bedroom layout affords privacy to the master suite that also has a vaulted ceiling. Two family bedrooms on the opposite side of the home share a hall bathroom with two sinks and pocket doors. Bonus space on the second floor includes an optional additional bathroom
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