Features of this home
The exterior of this ranch home has Timber Frame elements. The covered front porch with the barreled pine beam ceiling was custom made. The double etched glass doors open to invite the visitor into a large open foyer. From the foyer you are drawn to views of the great room and through a large wall of windows you see the covered veranda at the rear of the home. This ranch plan of 2848 sq. ft. offers a split bedroom design. The use of different wood throughout the house keeps the visitor wondering "what next"? Knotty Alder wood work; Rustic Hickory floors, Alder and Walnut cabinets. The beams in the ceiling of the great room are custom made pine beams.
The master suite is to the right and bedrooms 2 & 3 to the left of the home. From the foyer to left you see the formal dining room- perfectly sized to accommodate groups from 6 to 10 or more. A central hallway leads to the kitchen. A Large 5x8 island offers ample work space along with the farmhouse sink in the center. The island has two dishwashers- useful for everyday family use and great when entertaining. The kitchen has an eat-in area which seats 6 very comfortably. The kitchen is surrounded by Alder custom cabinets and a pantry making stoarge easy.
The master suite has two generous walk-in – closets and a large bathroom. In the bathroom double vanities with tower cabinets flank two walls. The walk-in-shower with glass door and wall show off the custom designed tile work and in the shower multiple shower heads and body sprays invite you!
This plans includes a study which might be a 4th bedroom; the adjacent powder room could easily become a full bath.
Bedrooms 2 & 3 which are located on the left side of the plan have access to a hall bath. This home has closets and storage galore. The lower level can be finished whether or not the lot offers any exposure. This makes the plan one which can grow to accommodate even more bedrooms and baths; or design an office, media room, bar and more!
The plan is versatile and appeals to the needs of family or the "empty nester" couple.