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Overall Dimensions: 80′ x 81′

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Spread over three levels, this Transitional Tudor plan is perfect for a large family that loves to entertain. The front covered porch offers three entries into the home, opening both the foyer and the study up to welcome visitors. A bar connects the study to the kitchen, with a curved seating area beside the family room. The open concept living space includes a fireplace flanked by built-ins, and the large kitchen island has room to seat five. A powder room and stairs up and down are tucked around the corner from the foyer. Entry to the pantry is hidden in the cabinets, and the dining room is adjacent to the kitchen and surrounded by windows on two sides. A large sliding door opens the family room to a rear covered porch that has plenty of seating and wraps around the dining room. Beyond the kitchen, the large main level primary suite can open to the rear porch and has dual vanities, a six-foot soaking tub and large walk-through shower, a private toilet, and two impressive closets. The friend’s entry sits between the garages, both close to the mud room and coat closet as well as the laundry room. A homework station and built-in bookshelf is in this area as well, close to the kitchen, but out of the way enough to provide some quiet when completing assignments. At the front of the home, the guest suite has a private full bath and walk-in closet.


Upstairs, three more bedrooms each have a full bath and walk-in closet. A step up to double doors takes you into the bonus room, a large space with a wet bar and a home theater, and room for multiple seating and gaming areas. A long counter-height bar overlooks the theater, bringing additional seating and a central place from which to serve and enjoy snacks.


Down the stairs to the optional basement, the ultimate teen hangout or man cave awaits. With an additional 2,270 square feet, a large rec room with endless possibilities is ready for a pool table and seating, and windows surrounding the game room and rec room bring in enough natural light to banish any dark basement feelings. A sixth bedroom with a full bath and walk-in closet would be perfect for an older child or long-term guests, and an exercise room is in just the right spot for staying fit without adding any equipment to the main living areas. The lower-level covered porch adds yet another option for sitting and enjoying each other’s company. A crawl space and walk in storage area finish off the optional lower level of this home.

At a Glance
  • 5,742 sq. ft. + 2,270 opt. basement
  • 5 bedroom, 6 and two-half bath – primary and guest suites on first floor
  • Main floor home office
  • Open concept kitchen and family room
  • Bonus room and home theater
  • Optional: large basement rec room, game room, 6th bedroom, full bath, exercise room, and lower level porch
  • Three garage bays
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