Elegant luxury abounds in this lovely two-story, five bedroom colonial house plan - perfect for a narrow lot. The exterior offers arches, transoms, dormers, trim, and romantic balconies that offset the stucco facade of this stunning home. Inside, the house plan offers room for expansion. The front covered entry is flanked by coach lights and opens into the two-story foyer. It is flanked by a formal living room and elegant dining room, both with large decorative pillars that define the parameters of the rooms. Off the dining room is the butlery and pantry, perfect for assisting to make serving meals to family and friends a breeze. The gourmet kitchen has modern built-in appliances, granite countertops, a free-standing center island with wine rack and sink, and an eating bar with double sink and dishwasher. The eating bar seamlessly integrates the kitchen with the family and breakfast rooms, while the family room’s corner fireplace offers a warmth to this area. A bar and powder room sit off these rooms, and double French doors lead to the patio and two-car garage with work area. My favorite area is the quiet study at the front of the house plan. Built-ins, a walk-in closet, access to a bathroom and double doors to the front balcony add romance and peace to sit and read or relax as the light shines through. This area could also be transformed into a guest or in-law suite. Upstairs, family bedrooms two and three, each have walk-in closets and share a Jack and Jill bathroom. Family bedrooms four and five each have walk-in closets and private individual bathrooms. Down the hall beyond double French doors is the master suite, complete with a corner fireplace and luxurious master bath, complete with his and hers vanities, a separate shower and garden tub, and two large wardrobes with built-ins. A utility room, tech room and unfinished bonus room complete the second floor of this elegant two-story colonial. The unfinished bonus room can also be transformed into a gym, theatre, or game room.
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