Georgian home plans. Windows fill most of the rear wall in the living room and nook, where a gas fireplace fits neatly into one corner. A sun room and den/home office are on the opposite side of this expansive space, while the kitchen sits at its heart. The owners' suite boasts two large walk-in closets, a posh bathroom, and direct patio access. Small panes of glass fill generously sized window openings to give the #108-1502 an intriguing Georgian look. Gridded garage doors echo that theme, while raised brick trim rims the upper limits of the garage doors, underscores windows, and accents graceful arches on the brick veneer front facade. This single-level plan offers plenty of room for an active family. It also can be easily adapted for wheelchair accessibility and aging in place. Double doors in the vaulted foyer open into a vaulted dining room with a roomy step-in closet to one side. This space links with the vaulted living room further back. A 10-foot-high display shelf provides definition at the juncture of the two spaces. The living room can also be entered by proceeding straight ahead along the foyer, passing through an arched opening and under a similar display shelf there. Banks of windows fill most of the rear wall in the living room and nook. An arched window crowns a wide trio of windows, near a gas fireplace that fits neatly into one corner. A sun room and den/home office fill out the opposite side of the of this expansive space, while the kitchen sits at its heart. Standing by the kitchen sink or working at the peninsular counter, you have a panoramic view of the entire area, as well as the partially covered patio outside. The cook top is built into a central island, and a roomy walk-in pantry nestles in one corner. A large utility room with a toilet is nearby, along with a door to the three-car garage. Bedrooms fill the #108-1502's right wing. The owners' suite boasts two large walk-in closets, a posh bathroom, and direct patio access. Secondary bedrooms share a two-section bathroom.
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