Window shutters, brick accents dress up the Berrett

  • Wednesday, November 5, 2008 4:24pm
  • Life

Shuttered windows and many rooflines accented with brick and wood provide the Berrett with a beautiful facade.

Three windows on the right that face the front provide a disguise for the garage and the unfinished storage area over the garage.

A covered porch provides protection for the entry to this 2,339 square foot home. On the left of the door is the dining room with a study on the right.

Stairs to the second floor and unfinished basement are directly in front of the door with a large, vaulted great room beyond.

The dining room is very open and could be used as a formal living room if one did not want a dining room.

There is a half bathroom on the right as one goes toward the kitchen.

The kitchen is open with counterspace running around the wall in a U-shape. It has a pantry and a built-in desk on the front wall. In the middle of the open kitchen is an island that has a circular eating bar.

A nook with sliding doors to the back yard is between the kitchen and the great room.

The great room has an 18-foot ceiling.

On the rear wall is a fireplace with windows on each side.

Off to the left is the master suite. A small alcove protects the French door entry into a large, open room.

Smaller French doors lead into a master bathroom with his and her sinks, a large spa tub, and a private area for the shower and toilet.

Upstairs are three other bedrooms. Each bedroom has a large window and wall closets.

The full bathroom, adjacent to the unfinished storage room, has a tub and dual sinks.

The unfinished storage area has 293 square feet and would be ideal as a playroom, game room or area for the kids to do homework or use computers.

For a study plan of the Berrett (D5148), send $15 to Landmark Designs, Inc., 33127 Saginaw Road E., Cottage Grove, OR 97424. Order or search online at www.ldiplans.com. Order free compact discs of the portfolio ($5 shipping and handling). Save 30 percent on construction plans using the code LHE98 online, or by mailing or calling 800-562-1151.

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