Completely comfortable and cozy, this Craftsman inspired cottage is highlighted with an inviting exterior composed of brick, horizontal siding and a front covered porch for greeting family and friends. There are three bedrooms and two plus baths in the approximate 1,450 square feet of usable living space. There is a two car side entry garage with plenty of vehicle and storage space where the garage entrance is positioned towards the rear of the home keeping the front exterior sight lines unobstructed. Double door entrance into the home reveals a large open concept layout where family time and entertaining will be enjoyable and effortless. The great room is highlighted with a warming fireplace, 10 foot ceiling heights and wonderful window views. Beyond the great room is the spacious and family friendly kitchen and dining space where there is a center raised breakfast bar, perfect for additional seating. There is a separate pantry as well as a back wall of modern amenities, an entire wall of windows overlooking the yard and French door access onto the rear covered porch. A spacious utility room is located directly off the garage and a second pantry and guest powder room are nearby.
The single story home features two bedrooms off the minimal hallway; this is a great space saver and both bedrooms enjoy 9’ ceiling heights, plenty of floor space and ample closet space. The shared hall bath is located between the bedrooms and is flanked by double linen closets. The master suite is positioned at the rear of the home for privacy and features 10’ ceiling heights, a generous footprint and an attached walk-in closet and en suite bath. The master bath is highlighted with dual vanities, a jetted tub, separate shower and enclosed linen closet. This home features a functional floor plan which maximizes the home’s square footage in an imaginative style and the attractive exterior façade is inviting for family and friends alike.
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