Soaring gable ends, sparkling windows and decorative shutters blend to create the eye-catching exterior of the Abraham, a two story farmhouse plan. Designed for a corner lot, the garage doors are hidden around the left side leaving the front to be filled with all of the farmhouse charm.
Slender columns frame the front door which is protected from the elements by the covered porch. Stepping inside you find yourself in the foyer. This space has a coat closet to the left and could support a bench on the right. Straight ahead the foyer opens up to a sweeping staircase. To the left, a case opening takes you to a formal dining room. To the right, a set of French doors opens to the formal living room complete with fireplace.
A long hallway leads beyond the stairs and to the Abraham’s family room. This informal gathering space is naturally bright from the windows that frame the center fireplace. A pocket door opens to the nook and kitchen. Filled with modern appliances, the kitchen also boasts an eating bar plus ample counter space and cabinet storage. From here there is direct access to the homes attached 3 car garage.
Nearby is the laundry room, a wall pantry and a powder bathroom.
Back at the family room, a set of French doors leads to the spacious master bedroom. This retreat is large enough to furnish with a sitting room and features a large walk-in closet and private bathroom. The master suite is on the main floor providing plenty of separation from the other bedrooms.
This luxury house plan has three bedrooms on the second floor. Two of the bedrooms share a compartmentalized bathroom while the third bedroom is a large suite. The second floor suite could serve as a second master bedroom and is large enough to support a sitting area along with its walk-in closet and private bathroom. At the top of the stairs is another informal gathering area. This loft space could be furnished as a den, study or media room.
Above the garage is an unfinished bonus room providing even more flexibility to the Abraham’s floor plan. The access to the bonus room is separate from the main second floor staircase, leading up from the garage.
The blend of informal and formal gathering spaces is sure to have the Abraham a popular choice of homeowners’ and builders alike.