This elegant two-story Southern country home plan with wrap-around covered porch is reminiscent of days gone by, but with modern upgrades. Through the front porch door, enter the large foyer where you are greeted by the stairs that rise to the second story of this elegant house plan. Directly ahead through the foyer is the large living area consisting of a lodge-inspired family room, complete with a wood-beamed ceiling, fireplace with built-ins, and three sets of double French doors along the rear to access the covered patio. A breakfast bar seamlessly separates the family room from the gourmet kitchen and formal living room, both with wood-beamed ceilings. A center ceiling fan in the kitchen and free-standing island enhance the warm feeling of this gourmet kitchen with modern, state-of-the-art appliances, plenty of counter tops, and a large corner pantry. Adjacent to the family room and kitchen is the elegant dining room. A utility room off the kitchen is spacious enough for a washer, dryer, laundry tub, freezer, and counter space for folding. To the rear of the kitchen is the formal living room with warming fireplace and access to the portico that leads to the two-car, front-entry garage. Off the foyer to the right is the luxurious master suite with double French doors that lead to the covered patio. A luxurious master bath with corner garden tub, separate glass shower, his and hers vanities, private water closet, and large wardrobe complete the master suite. A powder room sits quietly between the family room and master suite on the first floor of this house plan and a second powder room is at the top of the stairs on the second floor. Also upstairs, two family bedrooms, each with walk-in closets, share a Jack-n-Jill bath. There is space on the second level for a future bedroom, bathroom, game room, and media room, thus completing this wonderful Southern living country house plan. Â
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