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Mediterranean Rosabella Provides a Warm Ambiance0 Comments
The Rosabella’s rounded roof tiles and stucco exterior can’t help but stimulate the warm regions of Italy and Spain. Mild arches top window and doorway spaces, adding to the Mediterranean feel. Vibrant stucco-clad tips figure the complex entry porch, and keystones add a traditional aspect.
Access doors open in to a high-ceilinged entry where light enters via an arched transom. Moving forward you come to the highly glassed hexagonal great room. The inside is totally modern, and nowhere is the fact that more noticeable than within this bright and open space.
Curved transoms crown wide banks of glass that fill the majority of three walls. All but the windows flanking the fireplace slide-open to enable in gentle breezes, or offer access to a patio that covers the entire rear. When the weather is inviting, the patio effectively doubles the living space.
An angled pony wall bounds one aspect of the G-shaped kitchen. Entering the great room, it is possible to look over it to determine what’s cooking on the range. The sink hides behind an rasied eating bar that lines another peninsular counter. While washing-up home ware, it is possible to take the great room plus the patio as well as the scenery beyond.
The vaulted owners’ suite fills the whole left-wing. Luxurious features include an interestingly shaped shower, double mirror, walk-in closet and completely private toilet. Sliding glass doors in the bedroom allow direct patio entry.
Two more rooms, a bathroom, along with a large utility room are in the right side, which links with the Rosabella’s two-car garage. A deep walkin pantry at the rear of the utility room increases the kitchen’s currently ample space for storage. Stairs to the basement are close to the garage.