Brick veneer and lap siding blend to create the Winston's handsome front facade. Turned brick caps accent the front wainscoting, upper garage door edge, and gracefully arched porch entrance.
This small home is well-suited to the needs of young families, singles looking for space to spread out, or empty nesters wishing to downsize their maintenance tasks. The floor plan is easily adapted for wheelchair accessibility.
Inside, a sidelight softly illuminates the small entry. A coat closet is nearby, just around the corner. Sleeping quarters are on the right, family gathering spaces on the left.
Living room and dining room flow together, joined by a wide arched opening. The entire space has a spacious, open feeling, boosted by light spilling in through a trio of multipaned front windows, and another set of windows at the rear.
Day-to-day family living centers around the kitchen/family room. A generous stretch of cabinets suspended over the long eating bar marks the boundary between these two interconnected areas. When it's warm out, the sliding glass doors can stand open to increase circulation, or provide patio access. When it's cold, flames in the gas fireplace can be enjoyed from either side of the counter.
Utilities are mere steps away, in a passthrough utility room outfitted with a deep sink as well as a third toilet. This feature will be much appreciated by family members who are working or playing outside.
The Winston's master suite is modest in size, but boasts a roomy walk-in closet and private bathroom with double vanity and oversized shower. Secondary bedrooms share another bathroom. The rectangular window bay in the front bedroom makes an ideal location for a window seat.