This contemporary home plan has numerous living environments including: library, living room, family, and dining. A fireplace is in large family room, which is open to a big kitchen with two islands. Upstairs, a bathroom, bonus room, and bedrooms with window seats.
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Brick and glass make the Blueridge sparkle
Viewed from the street, the Blueridge looks like it's almost all brick and glass. These elements combine with curved window bays and varied rooflines to create a home that sparkles with warmth and charm.
Family living spaces are spacious and bright, especially the living room and the kitchen/family room. Both have fireplaces.
Clerestory windows crown the lower windows on four sides of the high-ceilinged living room's half-octagonal bay. In the family room, windows flank the fireplace, and natural light streams in through skylights. The screened porch has more windows than walls.
The kitchen is completely open to the informal family living area. Standing at the cooktop, you can serve food directly to people at the eating bar. Other amenities include a work island, pantry, garden window, and built-in oven, microwave and dishwasher.
Utilities are easy to get to from both kitchen and garage. The laundry room has a deep sink and folding counter, and there's extra room in the garage for storage and a workbench.
The dining room is next to the kitchen, but well-separated from the clatter and clutter of food preparation. A bay window illuminates and expands the room to the left of the entry. This space could be a home office, guest room, or what have you.
The Blueridge master suite is rich in amenities. It has a huge walk-in closet, oversized shower, skylit soaking tub, private toilet, and double vanity. Upstairs, two bedrooms (both with window seats) share a bathroom. And over the garage there's a deep, unfinished bonus room with skylights.