If you are looking for an elegant Mediterranean luxury house plan, this is it. The exterior is topped with a red tile roof, reminiscent to a Tuscan villa, with a stucco facade, balconies, upper and lower veranda, interesting roof styles, turrets, columns, and archways. Through the two-story covered entry, the arched French doors lead to a grand-style foyer. A winding staircase leads to the second level of this elegant floor plan. To the left of the stairs is a quiet study with bayed windows, storage, and doors that lead to a private outdoor sitting area. A bathroom sits between the study and elegant living room with an 18-foot ceiling and wall of bayed windows for the sun to stream through. The family room sits wide open adjacent to the morning room and kitchen, offering warmth from the corner fireplace, a wall of windows peering outside and access onto the covered veranda. The gourmet kitchen has a free-standing island, many built-ins, modern, state-of-the-art appliances including an eight-burner stove, granite countertop, and curved eating bar that seamlessly separates the kitchen from the morning and family room. A formal dining room sits across the front hall from the kitchen for ease in serving. A corner powder room is right off the two-car, side-entry garage with work area and a rear door onto the outdoor living area with outdoor cooking grille. Upstairs, two family bedrooms with trey ceilings and full baths share space with a large utility room and game room. Upper balconies allow for viewing rolling hills, sunrises, sunsets, and add peaceful quiet times. Completing the second floor of this Mediterranean house plan is the stylish master suite that boasts a trey ceiling, access to the upper veranda, and a luxurious master bath with his and hers vanities, separate shower and garden tub trimmed in tile and marble, walk-in closet and a large wardrobe.
"At DDG we provide the same attention to detail in our pre-drawn plans, that we give to our new home designs. We review every detail of the home plans, as if we were designing it for our own family."