This neoclassical home provides families with an assortment of living spaces for shared time and solitude. Standing in the kitchen, you can converse with people in the great room while taking in outdoor scenes as well. Not visually apparent is the integration of green building features. Special considerations focused on maximizing efficiency of the plumbing, mechanical system, insulation, and more.
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Attractive Green Valley is open and spacious
Looking at the Green Valley, there's plenty to enjoy. The bold brick veneer columns that accent the front façade of this traditional home are trimmed by soldier courses of raised brick.
Inside, the midsized single-level floor plan provides an assortment of living spaces that enable contemporary family to both share time and find solitude. Double doors on the right of the vaulted entry lead into a vaulted media room/study that could also be used as a home office. An arched opening on the left goes to the secondary bedrooms and main bathroom.
Continuing through the vaulted entry, you pass a coat closet on the left, and the kitchen's arched opening on the right. Then the space in front of you opens out into a bright and expansive great room. A fireplace is nestled into the left rear corner, and windows sparkle across most of the rear.
Standing in the kitchen, you can converse with people in the great room and dining room, while taking in outdoor scenes as well. The raised eating bar that divides the kitchen from these two linked rooms also serves to hide the inevitable clutter of a well-used kitchen.
The owners' suite has direct patio access, a deep walk-in closet, and a deluxe bathroom with a spa tub, oversized shower, dual vanity, and private toilet.
Not visually apparent is the integration of green building features, designed to meet Energy Star Benchmark Home Standards. Special considerations in this design focused on maximizing efficiency of the plumbing, mechanical system, insulation and more. These are just a few of the many green features found in this design. While passersby will delight in the Green Valley's traditional facade, Mother Nature will delight in the invisible features that will help make the environment a better place.