This bungalow house plan has plenty of space here for members of a large family to gather, or spend time alone. The two-story foyer leads to living room, or joined family/dining/kitchen at rear. This plan also features four large bedrooms, two baths and good-sized utility room upstairs.
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Cavanaugh has it all for growing family
The Cavanaugh is a shingle-style, country-Craftsman bungalow designed to meet the needs of a maturing family. It boasts several large family gathering spaces, three bathrooms, a three-car garage, and four bedrooms.
Tapered columns resting on stone veneer posts are stand-out details in the medley of Craftsman-style touches that draw attention to the welcoming entry porch. Other examples include gable accents and multipaned windows.
Inside, light washes into the dramatic, two-story foyer through the sidelights and transom rimming the front door, plus wide windows on the second level. You can overlook the foyer as you climb the first flight of steps to the upper floor.
A large living room is to the left of the foyer. Wide windows face the front, and two smaller, high windows flank the gas fireplace. A pocket door at the rear of the room links this room with the kitchen.
You can just as easily reach the kitchen by heading to the right of the foyer, and passing through the dining area, which could be either formally, or informally furnished. Double doors here swing open to access a partially covered patio. The covered section could be screened.
The kitchen is open to the dining area. Abundant cabinetry and counters span two walls, while the work island/eating bar adds more of both. An extra-large walk-in pantry boosts storage capacity still further.
Recessed bookshelves mark the dining/family room boundary. A door on the far side accesses another room that could be used as the Cavanaugh's home office, exercise area, or studio. You decide.
Four bedrooms are upstairs, along with two bathrooms and a large utility room with a long counter.