This estate-size home plan has the appearance of a rustic country manor. A graceful stairway curves up one side of the two-story foyer with a den to the left. The living room has an 11-foot ceiling and a brick fireplace, while the dining room has a built-in hutch/buffet. An octagonal nook links the formal and informal spaces.
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Elegant Macloed has ample living space
Stone veneer combines with handsome keystone arches to give a European country manor look to the MacLeod, an elegant estate home with more than 4,000 square feet of living space. The owners' suite, along with a wide selection of gathering spaces, is on the main floor while three more bedrooms and a huge skylit storage room are on the upper level.
From the two-story foyer, a graceful stairway curves up to a landing that overlooks the space below. French doors on the left open into a den with a built-in desk and an entire wall of bookcases. Through the arched opening on the right is a living room with an 11-foot ceiling and brick fireplace.
A dining room with built-in hutch/buffet is one step up, through double arches. French doors open on a rambling patio that wraps across most of the rear.
The charming octagonal nook connects the formal and informal living areas. Kitchen amenities include: a walk-in pantry, work island with cooktop, and another long angled island/eating bar with sink, trash compactor, dishwasher, and prep sink. Oven and microwave are built into cabinets close to a passageway that leads to a sizable utility room with a small toilet, and a three-car garage.
Bathroom features in the sumptuous owners' suite include an oversized shower, two basins and a raised spa tub next to an arched window. Each of the two walk-in closets is huge, but one is slightly larger. People who enjoy a morning soak can roll out of bed and finish waking up in the MacLeod's hot tub, just outside on the patio.