This is a generously sized home with traditional amenities, that still emphasizes the open, integrated, and clutter-free spaces needed for modern life. An optional elevation lets you choose between a more Traditional style or a Farmhouse style and the abundance of interior renderings give you an idea of how your new home can look in several different styles. Nine foot ceilings on the first floor create a stunning entrance and complement the free-flowing floor plan. The mudroom and 2nd floor laundry room provide ample storage and efficient living for today’s busy life, while the large master bedroom suite and luxurious bathroom make for an oasis away from the hustle and bustle. The placement of the den and dining room near the front entrance subtly separates the formal (dining and studying) and informal spaces (kitchen and family room). This division creates amazing flexibility that easy accommodates both casual parties with friends and formal holiday dinners. This open line also allows for wonderful cross-ventilation in the summer months. A coat closet is conveniently located for the use of arriving guests. The righthand room can be turned into a library, study, office, or crafts room. The Living Room/Kitchen area was designed to accommodate the everyday routines of today’s modern family. As mom and dad come home after a full day, they and the kids enter the home directly from the garage to the mudroom where coats and shoes can be put away and organized to reduce clutter. Next, keys and cellphones can be placed on the office hutch for storage and recharging. When the family returns from a grocery run, the island, high pantry, and built-in refrigerator are strategically placed to allow for easy unloading. This open kitchen and living room space allows everyone to be involved in conversations whether they are prepping food, watching TV, or checking e-mail. The Kitchen is designed to be the hub of family life. This kitchen features 53 square feet of countertop—ample space for the whole family to cook dinner together or grab breakfast piecemeal during the busy morning. The kitchen island provides a social center point, allowing the chef to clean veggies at the sink or load the built-in dishwasher while facing into the living area. The French doors and windows let great natural lighting flood the room during the day, while the light cove above the cabinets provides ample light for evening. On the ceiling, the coordinated bamboo trim catches the eye and creates visual separation within the expansive space. The Living Room lets in amazing natural light without sacrificing the space needed for a great media center. French doors lead directly to the patio, adding highly desirable indoor/outdoor living flexibility for warmer seasons. The fireplace serves as an anchor during family gatherings without overwhelming the space. This room is spacious enough to fit a large couch and chairs and gives owners total flexibility in furniture arrangement. The Master Bathroom was designed to maximize window area and allow for multiple room configurations. With nearly 300 square feet, the bedroom is a private oasis—a place to retire from the bustle of the day. The luxurious en-suite bathroom features generous space for both tub and shower stall; there is a separate room for the toilet. The thoughtfully placed window lets in plenty of natural light without sacrificing privacy. His and her vanities allow for an efficient morning routine and give each partner some personal space. In the foreground to the right are built-in shelves for bath towels. Finally, an Energy Star bathroom fan maintains indoor air quality by removing moisture and mitigating against mold growth.
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Floor Plan - Main Floor
Floor Plan - Upper Floor
Full Specs & Features
Main Floor : 1495 sq/ft
Upper Floor : 1440 sq/ft
*Total Square Footage only includes conditioned space and does not include garages, porches, bonus rooms, or decks.
Main Ceiling : 9'
Upper Ceiling Ft : 8'
Primary Pitch : 6/12
Secondary Pitch : 7/12
Exterior Wall Framing
Exterior Wall Finish : Hardi Plank
Framing : 2x6
Upstairs Master Bedrooms
Additional Room Features
Den Office Study Computer
Great Room Living Room
Suited For Corner Lot
Suited For Narrow Lot
Covered Front Porch
Covered Rear Porch
Energy Efficient Features
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Exterior Elevations: A blueprint picture of all four sides showing exterior materials and measurements.
Foundation Plan: Drawn to 1/4" scale, this page shows all necessary notations and dimensions including support columns, walls and excavated and unexcavated areas.
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Interior Elevations: Detailed drawings of kitchen cabinet elevations and other elements as required.
Cross Section: A vertical cutaway view of the house from roof to foundation showing details of framing, construction, flooring and roofing.
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