This elegant brick or stone facade split bedroom house plan offers everything except the media room on the first level. Through the covered entry the beveled front door opens into the foyer flanked on the left by the elegant dining room with large decorative columns defining the parameters of the room, and the quiet study with coffered ceiling and large walk-in closet to the right. A powder room sits off the foyer to offer guests a spot to freshen up. Down the hall beyond the dining room is the three-car, side-entry garage with work area and entry into the home. A door to the left of the garage allows access to the outdoors, and just beyond is a large utility room, complete with a laundry tub and plenty of room for folding, ironing, and sewing. Two family bedrooms, each with a full bath and walk-in closet sit behind the garage. Centrally located adjacent to the dining room is the major family entertainment center consisting of the large gourmet kitchen, warm family room and peaceful breakfast room. The kitchen has modern built-ins, appliances, lighting, a free-standing center island, and a large breakfast bar that seamlessly separates the kitchen from the breakfast room and family room. The family room has a tiered, trey ceiling, floor-to-ceiling windows to bring the sunshine in, and a dramatic fireplace flanked by built-ins. Access to the covered patio can be attained through a door between the family room and breakfast area, and offers an Al Fresco setting with its large decorative corner column. The right side of this luxurious house plan boasts a large master suite with a wall of windows, trey ceiling, and a luxurious master bath with his and hers vanities, separate garden tub and shower, and a large wardrobe with built-ins. Stairs off the kitchen allow access to the second story 16’ x 30’ foot media room for movie entertainment. This is an elegant must-see house plan that defines luxury.
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