Narrow where it fronts the street, this Mediterranean-style townhome is actually quite large. It’s two stories high, and extends quite a ways back. The living room, dining area and kitchen flow together in a wide-open space, which links with a large, partially covered patio. Double doors open into the owners’ suite, which has a roomy walk-in closet.
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The Rimrock is a large, sunny townhouse
Although it’s not obvious from the front, this townhome is actually fairly large—more than 2,500 square feet. The Rimrock is narrow where it fronts the street, but it stands two stories high and extends quite a ways back. The arched entry and stucco exterior exude a contemporary Mediterranean or Florida flavor.
Next to the arch, a wide front porch spans the front. Double doors off the porch open into what could be a home office, study, art studio, or you name it. Natural light spills into the two-story foyer through a sidelight, panes at the top of the door, a high window, and another window on the right. A stairway angles up the left wall, opposite the window.
A drop in ceiling height signals the transition into a great room where the living room, dining area and kitchen flow together. A gas fireplace nestles into a corner next to the kitchen. Standing at the kitchen sink you can look out across the eating bar into the rest of the larger space. An alternate, slightly more open, kitchen/living room design puts the fireplace against a wall near the kitchen.
Double doors in the dining area offer easy, breezy access to a large covered patio, that could be screened. A few steps down the hall, another set of double doors opens into the owners’ suite. It has a roomy walk-in closet, and its private bathroom boasts a double vanity plus a separately enclosed toilet and shower. After passing the owners’ suite, the hallway feeds into the Rimrock’s utility room, before ending at a door to the two-car garage.
Two more bedrooms, a bathroom, and a large loft are upstairs. The loft overlooks the vaulted entry.