This Mediterranean home plan features arched multipaned windows, colorful tile roof and corner quoins. Formal rooms flank vaulted entry; relaxed living areas at the rear. Isolated masters suite; two bedrooms and bonus rooms upstairs.
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San Antonio allows family togetherness and privacy
Mediterranean influence is obvious in the San Antonio's tile roof, stucco detailing and arched windows. Gabled dormers add distinctive lines to the hipped roof, and the lofty covered porch extends a stately welcome.
This plan is designed for families that value both togetherness and privacy. It has a large living room and dining room, along with a family room that's even bigger. And while many contemporary plans incorporate the nook into one corner of the family room, the San Antonio has a separate sun-filled nook on the other side of the kitchen.
Corner windows above the kitchen sink create a garden window effect. A wrap-around counter with a built-in desk connects kitchen and nook, nearly doubling the available counter space. Cupboards are also roomy. Utilities, a pantry and a powder room are just steps away.
The living room features a vaulted ceiling. Vaulted ceilings also add volume to the entry and family room, while a bridge on the second floor overlooks both. Two bedrooms, a bonus room, and a two-section bathroom with twin vanities are also upstairs.
The library, off to the side of the living room and close to the master suite, is in an exceptionally quiet and private location.
Luxury amenities in the San Antonio's master suite include a two-section walk-in closet, a double vanity, a bright spa tub, and an oversized shower. Sliders in the sleeping area open onto a screened porch. The private bathroom also has an exterior patio door, especially handy if there's a pool in the back yard.