House Plan Profile
This beautiful Victorian style estate boasts a gazebo-style enclosure at left end of classically columned porch. A graceful staircase curves up left side of elegant marble-tiled, two-story foyer. A great room with fireplace & entertainment center links to library, kitchen and nook.
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Randell luxurious on a grand scale
The Randell is an estate-size home, built on a grand scale. Fluted Tuscan columns parade across the wide front porch of its classic front facade and a circular turret anchors the left corner. Decorative corbels rim the eaves, matching triangular pediments cap the door and window above, and shutters accent multipaned windows.
Living areas provide close to 4000 square feet of space. Another 1,000 square feet are available in the deep storage space and huge bonus room, and nearly 1,500 more in the garage. One exceptionally long and lofty section of the garage could shelter a motor home.
In the marble-tiled foyer, a dramatic staircase sweeps up to the left while straight ahead, two sets of columns flank the arched passageway leading into the great room. On the right, a columned archway guides guests into the elegant dining room.
The expansive great room easily accommodates a grand piano, along with couches, easy chairs, and more. Other features include a bayed nook, fireplace, and home entertainment center. On the left end, another column-flanked, arched opening leads into the large library.
A family of cooks can work comfortably together in this open, roomy kitchen, which is linked to the stately dining room by a butler's pantry with built-in buffet. Laundry appliances are handy, in a combination utility/hobby room.
Amenities in the Randell's luxury owners' suite include a double walk-in closet, dual vanity, clawfoot tub, shower, and private toilet. An exterior door leads to the patio spa.
Three more large bedrooms are upstairs, along with a second laundry room, bonus room and deep storage room. The largest bedroom boasts a private bathroom and spacious walk-in closet.
Photos courtesy of Steven W. Johnson Construction, Inc.