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There is plenty of space for a large or multi-generational family to spread out in this country home plan. Abundant light spills into the kitchen and bayed nook through skylights and windows. Notable family room features: gas fireplace, entertainment center, and a built-in desk.
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Eganville has room for the whole family
The Eganville can easily accommodate multi-generational families, along with those that include teenagers, or just want space to spread out. The room to the right of the foyer can house an aging parent, or serve as a den or home office. The shop, behind the garage, is flexible enough to be an art studio, workout space, or rehearsal space.
This plan offers more than 3,000 sq. ft. of living space, plus a thousand more in the storage and shop, plus a two-car garage.
Its front facade has an engaging, inviting appearance. Nostalgic wooden detailing accents the vaulted entry porch, and wooden shutters highlight the generous assortment of Craftsman-style windows.
A two-story ceiling gives the foyer an expansive feel. Pocket doors on the left open to reveal a large living room, where stacked shelves flank a gas fireplace. A sunny window seat with storage below nestles into the window bay. Across from the window, an arched opening leads into the dining room, which links with the kitchen.
The kitchen is open to a family room expanded by a bayed nook. Other notable features include: a gas fireplace, entertainment center, and built-in desk. Double doors on the right open into a vaulted play room.
Abundant light spills into the kitchen and nook through skylights. A curved-front conversation bar rims a large work island, and the walk-in pantry is exceptionally roomy. Laundry appliances are nearby in an efficient utility room connected to the garage. Clothes dropped down the upstairs laundry chute land here.
Three vaulted bedrooms, storage rooms and two bathrooms are upstairs. The Eganville's luxurious master suite fills the left side. Both of its large walk-in closets are naturally illuminated by solar tubes.