This is a visually appealing two-story midsized Victorian home plan with brick veneer & intriguing roof lines. Spacious light filled entry separates formal & informal rooms. Large family room with bright bay window perfect for a cozy window seat.
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Handsome home designed for families
Intriguing roof lines and window treatments draw eyes to the Ashwood, a two-story midsized home with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Bold masonry pillars, brick veneer, and stately shutters add to the visual appeal.
The main floor is devoted to family living. Formal rooms are on the right, informal rooms on the left. The two sides are connected front and rear by the entry and kitchen, providing young children the option of running circles when bad weather keeps them inside too long.
Fully two stories high, the impressive entry creates a first impression of spaciousness. Light spills down through a small round window, high up in the wall. In the family room, the bay window that expands and brightens the space is a great place to put a cozy window seat.
Sliders in the nook open onto a patio. The kitchen is designed for efficiency, with sink, dishwasher, refrigerator and range all within steps of each other. A short eating bar is handy for snacking, or chatting with folks in the nook. The small bathroom next to the garage is handy for quick pit stops as well as washing up after working outside.
Bedrooms are all on the second level, along with utilities. The owners' suite boasts two closets, one larger than the other. The owners' bath is small, but it does have twin lavs and a larger shower. A pocket door separates the bathroom from the dressing area. Secondary bedrooms share a bathroom with a tub.
A deep bonus room over the Ashwood's garage provides plenty of storage space. Its dormer alcove is also ideal for a window seat.