This contemporary townhouse is designed for comfort, aesthetics and convenience, from the study/home office up front all the way back to the owner's suite and garage. Flames in the gas fireplace can be enjoyed from the living room or dining area, both of which are open to the kitchen. Secondary bedrooms, a loft, and a bathroom are upstairs.
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Eastlake a light and spacious townhouse
Viewing the Eastlake from the front, you might think it fairly small. You'd be wrong. While this two-story townhouse is a mere 21 feet wide, it extends a full 89 feet back to the rear of the two-car garage.
Artisan corner detailing highlights the crisp columns that flank the lofty entry portico. A matching third column anchors the far side of the railed front porch.
Entering on the right, you step into a foyer that leads into the living room. Stairs to the upper level angle up the left side. It's also possible to enter the house through a set of atrium doors on the right. These lead into a room which could be a study, but is also in an ideal location for a home office. Clients could enter here without disturbing the rest of the family.
In the central living area, a rectangular work island rimmed by a flush eating bar marks the boundary between the wide open living room and the L-shaped kitchen. Flames dancing in the gas fireplace can be enjoyed from the kitchen, living room and/or dining area.
An atrium door in the dining area leads out onto a partially covered patio, ideal for outdoor dining. Inside, glass lines most of a passageway with a patio view, as it runs from the dining area to a good-sized utility room. This room comes complete with cabinets, a folding counter, storage shelves, and direct access to the garage.
Amenities in the owners' suite include a roomy walk-in closet, plus a large bathroom with a dual vanity and a fully enclosed shower and toilet. Two more bedrooms and a bathroom are upstairs in the Eastlake, along with a wide loft that overlooks the foyer.