Jun 14, 2013

Family Split-Level

Designing this house was like putting together a puzzle, figuring how to fit a four bedroom house, separate office space, and guest house together in one cohesive unit. But it all worked out for the best.
Come on in!
 
This large house is built like a split-level house, with three stories, four bedrooms (plus a guest house) and two and a half bathrooms (plus a half bath in the separate office space and a full bath in the guest house).

This house would perfectly fit the lifestyle of a large family. With three bedrooms and a master suite, there's plenty of room for everyone upstairs. The guest house is perfect for relatives or friends visiting. The great room and large deck make entertaining a breeze. The separate office space is perfect for dad's (or mom's) business. Additionally, there is a bonus room on the first floor and lots of storage throughout.
This house has plenty of room for work and play!
 



You enter the house on the second floor from a porch next to the garage.



 
To the side of the entry to the residence, is a small hallway to the "work" part of the house - the office!
(Also, notice how the flooring indicates which section of the house you're in!)
 
The office is complete with its own hallway/sitting room, bathroom, and large storage closet.




From the entry hall to the residence you can go up to the third floor.

The third floor houses the bedrooms;

three bedrooms with a full bath,

and a master suite complete with bathroom as well as "his and hers" closets.




Heading down from the entry hall, you'll arrive on the first floor of the house- the "play" section.

 To your right is the half bath and bonus room (media room, guest bedroom, play room... the possibilities are endless!) Notice the huge deck right off the great room, perfect for entertaining and taking in the magnificent view.

To your left when you come down the main staircase is the great room with a spacious sitting area and space for a family-sized dining table. The door in the back corner by the kitchen goes to the laundry/mud room which has a stairwell up to the garage (for easy grocery carryin') and a door to the side deck.

The kitchen, complete with breakfast bar for the kids, is done in a light, European style with tall cabinets that make the most of the ceiling height.

There's so much counter space in this kitchen that the counters even extend in front of the cabinets along the back wall - perfect for hiding countertop appliances away when they aren't in use!




Around the back of the house is a spiral staircase to the guest house.

The guest house is complete with a kitchen, full bath, and lots of storage.




If walls could dream... they'd dream of large homes with room for work and play.
What are you dreaming about?

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