Designed to fit easily into compact spaces, this Visbeen Architects home combines yesterday's cottage charm with today's open floor plan. A beadboard and gabled exterior leads into a modern interior, with a light-filled great room that encompasses the living room, kitchen, and dining area. A handy master bedroom suite rounds out the first-floor features. Upstairs are two additional family or guest bedrooms as well as a full bath. This home was recognized at the 2010 American Residential Design Awards in the Custom Luxury category.
Depth : 40'
Height : 27' 3"
Width : 30'
Main Floor : 1159 sq/ft
Upper Floor : 784 sq/ft
Main Floor Master Bedroom
Walk In Closet
Formal Dining Room
Formal Living Room / Parlor
Kitchenette Wet Bar
|Additional Room Features||
Jack Jill Bath
Family Room Keeping Room
Great Room Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Open Floor Plan
|Bedroom 2||177 sq/ft width 13' x depth 13' 8"|
|Bedroom 3||151 sq/ft width 13' x depth 11' 8"|
|Dining Room||147 sq/ft width 10' 6" x depth 14'|
|Kitchen||155 sq/ft width 15' 1" x depth 10' 4"|
|Living Room||231 sq/ft width 16' 6" x depth 14'|
|Master Bedroom||160 sq/ft width 11' 2" x depth 14' 4"|
Please note: If you are building a Visbeen Architects design in the state of Michigan, please give us a call to confirm availability. Construction in some areas of Michigan requires special permission from the Architect.
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