Keystone arch highlights entry and old-fashioned shutters accent windows on this traditional home plan. Formal rooms at front, large relaxed family room with kitchen and nook fills rear. Upstairs, plush master suite, plus three bedrooms, den, bonus room and storage.
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Bright Glenhurst provides room to grow
The Glenhurst is an excellent choice for a large or growing family. Four spacious gathering spaces fill the lower level, and all five upper rooms could be used as bedrooms, if needed. Not to mention the deep bonus room and storage space that extends over the three-car garage.
Shuttered windows and a keystone-arch give the home an open, welcoming look. Entering, you find yourself in a naturally bright foyer. Muted light washes in through sidelights and a wide transom. An opening on the left leads into the living room. On the right, another accesses the dining room, which links with the kitchen.
A roomy, window-bright family room and nook serves as a magnet for every-day activities. Windows flank the gas fireplace, fill most of the family room's rear wall, and wrap around two sides of the nook's rectangular bay.
Only a raised eating bar separates this large gathering space from the kitchen. Standing at the sink, you've got a panoramic view of the family room, nook, patio and beyond. And this kitchen is rich in counter and cupboard space. Laundry appliances are conveniently close, in a pass-through utility room that connects with the garage.
Upstairs, the master suite boasts a luxurious soaking tub, dual vanity, shower, walk-in closet and private toilet. Three other bedrooms share a two-section bathroom, and a nearby laundry chute provides soiled items with quick transport to the utility room.
Families that don't need a fifth bedroom could use the Glenhurst's den as a study, homework room, library, exercise space, or what have you, and still have the bonus room to play with. Its side gables create cozy nooks for reading or sewing.