Traditional Four Bedroom Home Makes Room for Large Family
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- Framed posts, brick veneer and painted shutters give a traditional look to the otherwise contemporary home. This four-bedroom home is well-suited for a family with children. Gathering spaces are large, and the master suite is isolated from secondary bedrooms.
- Entering, you step right into the vaulted great room. Centrally located, this is the hub of family activity, and it's partially open to the kitchen and nook. A direct-vent gas fireplace nestles into the rear corner, next to a wall of glass: two windows and a door. So this space is bright, as well as spacious. The door provides access to a wide patio spanning more than half of the rear.
- Double doors near the front open into another large room. Possibilities for use include a den, home entertainment center, a study area with one or more computers, exercise and hobby room, or formal dining room. Your choice.
- Cupboard and counter spaces are ample in the roomy kitchen. Its sunny nook is cozy and naturally bright - a great place for gradually becoming more fully awake in the morning, and sharing family meals.
- A passthrough utility room connects kitchen and garage. Across from the laundry appliances is a small WC. Family members with muddy feet can quickly dash in and out without tracking up any carpets.
- An extra thick layer of insulation buffers sound between the kitchen and master suite. Notable features here include: his-n-hers walk-in closets, oversized shower, dual vanity and private toilet.
- The home's three secondary bedrooms share yet another bathroom, this one with glass blocks on the exterior wall, over the bathtub. Both of the front bedrooms have walk-in closets.