A sweeping, arched, full-height loggia with glass entrance, and Gothic Revival period pointed-arch windows, set in a stucco facade with dormers and a steeply pitched roof create an intriguing and attractive first appearance. The uniqueness of the exterior carries over to the interior, with intermittent sharp angles characterizing the layout. A long foyer on the first floor extends from the gathering room and garage on one end, to the master suite on the other. Access to the two rear patios is enjoyed by three different rooms, while a morning bay (for breakfast) is cozily stashed away in a quiet corner. A balcony on the upper level offers a vantage point on the activities below.
188 sq/ft width 13' x depth 14' 6"
165 sq/ft width 16' 6" x depth 10'
156 sq/ft width 12' x depth 13'
Bonus Room - Finished:
362 sq/ft width 12' 6" x depth 29'
210 sq/ft width 15' x depth 14'
714 sq/ft width 21' x depth 34'
277 sq/ft width 17' 4" x depth 16'
351 sq/ft width 18' x depth 19' 6"
168 sq/ft width 14' x depth 12'
285 sq/ft width 16' 6" x depth 17' 4"
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