The corner quoins and custom bright chimney, accent this beautiful two-story Southwest house plan. The large central kitchen is linked to the great room and the vaulted dining room. Library/hall outside den connects family room to vaulted master suite.
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Stately Noranda boasts large, varied living space
The Southwest style Noranda is a large and stately brick home. Corner quoins reinforce the image of permanence while the arched stepped-brick entryway and the herringbone-patterned chimney inset adds eye-catching pizzazz.
A variety of group living environments dominate the ground floor, with the great room being the largest. Windowed front and back, it has a hardwood floor, a lofty 12-foot ceiling, and a large fireplace. Double doors open onto a partially covered patio.
Kitchen and dining room flow together, separated by a wall section and an eating bar. The dining room is large, and the vaulted ceiling makes it feel even larger. This room, too, has a fireplace and double-door access to the patio.
Tile covers the floor of a kitchen large enough for a team of cooks to work together. Laundry appliances are just around the corner, in a long passageway that connects the kitchen to the three-car garage. The full bathroom at the end of this hallway is handy for garage access. It's also convenient to a guest suite that could just as easily be outfitted as a play room.
Den, library hall and master suite nestle together in the quiet wing to the right of the great room. Shelving lines the library hall. Luxury amenities in the vaulted master suite include a huge walk-in closet and a plush private bathroom.
Two large bedrooms are upstairs in the Noranda, where they share a centrally located shower. Each bedroom has its own private toilet and lav. A separate second floor accessible only from the garage provides ample storage.