A large wrap-around veranda and a gambrel roof supported by two dormers unite to create a stunning residence. This floor plan is designed keeping lavishness and costs in mind. The facade gives a dreamy look to the house.
On the main level, the first thing you will notice is a large wrap-around porch. With a stone base and timber columns, the plan’s symmetry is bewitching to the eyes. It also helps to give shade to the interior spaces during summers. A wide series of steps leads you towards the wooden ornamented door.
A prodigious entry gives a long-lasting first impression incorporated with stairs to go on the upper floor. The double-height helps to not feel claustrophobic. On the right side, a punctured wall opening gives a glimpse of the family area.
Moving inside, the family room is merged with the kitchen area and the kitchen is blended with the dining area. All three common spaces have coffered ceilings. It creates an illusion of height. There are two counters in the kitchenette to give a workstation: one with a five-burner stove surface and one with a secondary sink.
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Off the kitchen, additional sliding glass doors open to a large porch with an outside fireplace. Camping at your home with your friends during winter while sipping beverages would give exceptional memories.
A sizeable deck outside the kitchen area is a hotspot for late-night barbeques. A powder room and laundry area are also situated on the ground floor. The hallway near the laundry area leads to 2 car garage. It has an overhead door with independent parking.
On the left side, a master bedroom occupies the space with its luxurious bathroom. A walk-in closet, shower area, a bathtub, and a lavatory adorn the bathroom. The tray ceiling creates a focal point. The sliding doors give access to the wrap-around porch.
Upstairs, the other two bedrooms are mirrors of each other with an office in the middle separating them. The dormer roof gives plenty of space to create a room’s private chilling spot. A well-equipped bathroom and a closet are included with the room. An optional bonus room over the garage is available if space is an issue.
This countryside layout may be just what you’re looking for if you want a unique home for your household or simply a huge house with no unused space.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing; however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive a professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.