Arts and crafts architecture

arts and crafts architecture

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This European-inspired Arts and Crafts architecture has 5,400 square feet of heated area and about 8,000 gross square feet. It has long, layered mountain views. The Terrace Level has a home theater, storage and mechanical space. The Main Level has the Master Suite, Foyer, Great Room, Library, Master Study, Pantry-Laundry-Gear-Pet Room, Outdoor Living Room and Garage. The Loft Level has an Exercise Room, Gallery, three bedroom suites, a second study and storage.

Arts and Crafts Architecture. entry bridge. (C)Copyright 2005-2012 Rand Soellner, All Rights Reserved

6,113 heated sf, 7,844 sf gross. A wonderful formal home for those who prefer more separate spaces in their home.

Main level: 3,494 sf heated. Oversize Master Suite with Master Bedroom 1, Walk-In Closet 1, palatial Master Bath with his and her vanities, large central whirlpool tub, large windows to views outside, Master Study. Large formal entry Foyer, large Kitchen with oversize granite island with Keeping Room and

Breakfast area open to Kitchen, Grand Hall (living area) with room for baby grand piano, Dining alcove that projects out as a bay with a turret roof, large stone fireplace, Outdoor Living Room, 2 car oversize garage, entry porch-bridge, exterior waterfall feature around the entry side and around home to the rear terrace level at a waterfall splash pool.

2nd Floor: 1,738 sf heated. 3 bedroom suites, each with private bathroom and walk-in closets. One can be used as a multiple bunkroom. Loft area has been enclosed as an exercise room, but this could be opened to be an exposed loft with railing. The largest 2nd floor bedroom is over the Garage.

Terrace (basement): 881 heated sf (Home Theater-Family Room, storage, bathroom, possibility for much more finished space if desired, mechanical equipment).

Drawing status: Construction documents done. This Arts and Crafts architecture home has been built in Highlands, NC.

arts and crafts architecture

Rand Soellner Architect: Art and Crafts Architecture.

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