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The harmonious use of shutters, brick veneer and keystone arches makes up the front exterior of this classic home plan. The living room and dining room flow together in large, bright space open to the kitchen. A good-size utility room links efficient kitchen with two-car garage.
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Glenbarr has modest size, classic good looks
The harmonious combination of shutters, brick veneer, and keystone arched openings gives a classic flavor to the Glenbarr. This compact, single-level home is a mere 49 feet in width, yet has a surprisingly spacious feeling. Singles, empty nesters, and young families will find much to appreciate here.
Natural light spills into the foyer through a transom. Double doors on the left swing open into a room that could be used as a den, study, home office, or even a third bedroom.
The master suite, plus a second bedroom and bathroom, are down a short hallway to the left. Coat and storage closets line the right side. Master suite amenities include: a private bathroom, and two closets, one of them a walk-in.
Living room and dining room flow together, creating a large, bright open space, and the rear of the room sparkles with windows. One of them is actually an atrium door, which provides access to a large patio. Across the room, a gas fireplace nestles into a cozy corner. The roomy cabinet next to it is ideal for housing a TV, stereo, and other electronic components.
Nothing more than a peninsular counter separates the kitchen from the dining room. This counter could the outfitted as an eating/conversation bar, if desired.
The oven and microwave opposite the counter are conveniently placed for serving up hot dishes to either the eating bar, or the dining room table. Lazy Susan shelves offer easy access to the lower cabinets tucked in the corner between the dishwasher and cook top.
A good-size utility room is close at hand, opening off of the passageway that links with the Glenbarr's two-car garage. The space above the garage has a front-facing arched window. It could be used for storage, or finished as a bonus room.