Promoting open living spaces, this floor plan provides abundant areas to enjoy the views and elegantly blends outdoor and indoor living spaces. The curving rear deck and covered porch with fireplace capture the essence of what it means to embrace the great outdoors.
Approaching the front porch entry, you are drawn into rustic elegance beneath soaring timber trusses framing 8'-high glass doors and a true mountain craftsman facade.
Upon entry into the home, a vaulted foyer and adjacent dining room immediately greet guests. With a built-in fireplace and a 19' vaulted ceiling, the lodge room features a wall of windows and boasts grandeur all around. Total area under roof is 3,830 sq. ft.
The breakfast room and kitchen are centrally-located promoting easy flow throughout the home. Generous mud and laundry rooms are nearby giving you ample storage space.
The master suite accesses the rear porch. Two more bedrooms are located across the home and share a bath.
In the basement versions, the stairs are located where the study is.
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