This colonial brick luxury house plan offers elegance and style with its brick facade, glass pane windows, baluster fencing and hip roof style. The covered entryway delivers you into this open living plan with high ceilings, crown moulding, and plenty of lighting. As you enter the stunning foyer of this luxurious home plan, you immediately have a view of the overwhelming ceiling styles that lead into the family room, living room, kitchen, and breakfast room. The elegant octagon dining room is open, with large decorative columns defining its border and adjacent to the wine and wet bar. Through double French doors sits a quiet study with large windows that add plenty of sunlight for reading. The formal living room offers a place to sit next to the dramatic fireplace with access to the outdoor living area through double French doors. An open design and state-of-the-art appliances paired with traditional cabinetry and lodge-inspired appointments prove a winning combination in this hard-working cooking space, ideal for entertaining with a free-standing island and curved breakfast bar that seamlessly separates the kitchen from the breakfast and family room. The breakfast room has a bay window sitting area and access to the outdoor living center, while the family room has built-ins and a warming fireplace. At the front of this luxury house plan is a two-car, side entry garage that accesses the home’s interior through the utility room, so cleaning up after coming inside can easily transform you. Next to the utility room is a full bath and family bedroom with walk-in closet, and adjacent is a second family bedroom with private bath and walk-in closet. Beyond the powder room is the master suite that boasts a large sitting area and access to the outdoor living area, and a luxurious master bath with his and hers vanities, separate shower and garden tub, and large wardrobe with built-ins. All on one level, you will find that the luxury abounds and offers a warm place to call home.
"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."