There is a beautiful terrace that has two spiral staircases on both ends leading to the ground. The morning nook has a door going out to a veranda that connects with the terrace. In the kitchen you have plenty of room for cooking. There is a hallway on the second floor that connects to a recreation room with a powder room in it.
The library is open to the upstairs and includes a fireplace. This houseplan has its very own secluded spiral staircase next to the master bedroom that leads up to an attic or to the library. In the master bedroom you have a door that leads out to a beautiful veranda. There is a family room and office located next to the kitchen all by itself. This allows you to have some privacy from the rest of the house.
If you are looking for luxury and elegance in your future personnel residence these are the plans for you. These homes are inspired by the palace at Fontainebleau which has architectural elements from the 16th to the 19th century. In the 16th century, Henry II and Catherine de Medici commissioned architects Philibert Delorme and Jean Bullant to build a new palace on the site. Italian Mannerist artists Rosso Fiorentino and Primaticcio came to assist in the interior decoration, helping to found the School of Fontainebleau. There is a little french history about the origin and background of Fontainebleu. These homes and others by this designer capture the beauty of Renaissance Architecture magnificently.