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Spanish Style Santa Ana is Great for a View Lot0 Comments
Gently rounded arches highlight broad banks of multipaned windows that sparkle across all sides of the Spanish-style Santa Ana house plan. Stucco detailing highlights the lofty arched entry portico, along with the rest of the exterior.
Entering through the double-front doors, first appreciate the art niche right ahead. Then you can certainly decided to-go left, right, or forward. Bedrooms, bathrooms and utilities fill the wings. Light washes into the hallways through large multipaned windows.
The opening in front of you leads to the expansive vaulted great room. An instant jog to the right is another approach in to the great room, via thekitchen.
Banks of windows, stacked two high, fill most of the rear walls while in the vaulted hexagonal great room in the heart of the midsize plan. During daylight hours, natural light here is nearly as bright as outside. Sliding doors in the central rear wall section offer ready entry to cooling breezes, plus a patio that wraps across the total back of the house. A fireplace nestles into a quiet corner far from the windows.
The kitchen shares the vaulted ceiling and abundant light of the great room, but is partly separated. A wood-capped pony wall runs along an angled counter on the left, while a raised eating bar rims the sink/dishwasher peninsula to the right.
Completing the whole left wing, the owners’ suite is well-isolated in the primary living area. Features include a vaulted sleeping area with patio entry, a spacious walkin closet, as well as a private bathroom with a dual mirror and enclosed toilet. Laundry appliances are tucked away in the hallway to the suite.
Secondary rooms share two more bathrooms within the Santa Ana’s right-wing.