Plan 2369 - The Campbell - Master Salon with Fireplace, Stone Facade
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3 Car Garage
Main Floor Plan
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A Walk Through The Campbell
A stone façade - so stately, so lasting. And the perfect complement to this timeless design. Main-level rooms begin with a formal dining room and a den flanking the entry foyer - both with bay windows. The den has a built-in desk and bookshelves. A gigantic great room is at the back. It is appointed with a fireplace, built-ins and a wall of glass. The nearby nook opens to a covered patio and adjoins the island kitchen. The service hall features a half-bath and closet and leads to the triple garage with workshop or storage space. Note that main-level rooms have ten-foot ceilings. The upper level holds four bedrooms and a media center or playroom with snack center. Bedrooms 2 and 3 share a bath, while Bedroom 4 has a private bath. There is also a private bath in the master suite--and what a bath it is! There's a corner spa tub, separate shower, compartmented toilet and double vanity. The master salon contains a fireplace and built-ins. Thoughtful placement of the laundry on the upper level is an especially nice touch. Upper-level rooms have nine-foot ceilings, except the laundry (eight feet) and the playroom and master salon (eleven feet).
Upper Floor2207 SqFt
Main Floor1634 SqFt
Total Area3841 SqFt
Beds and Baths
Height (to Midpt)28'-7"
Garage Bays3 Car Garage
Garage Area817 SqFt
Roof MaterialShake/Comp Roof
Wall Framing2 x 6
Main Roof Pitch12/12
This home is typical of the cottage style. In modern usage, a cottage is usually a modest, often cozy dwelling, typically in a rural or semi-rural location. However there are cottage-style dwellings in cities, and in places such as Canada the term exists with no connotations of size at all (cf. vicarage or hermitage). In the United Kingdom the term cottage also tends to denote rural dwellings of traditional build, although it can also be applied to dwellings of modern construction which are designed to resemble traditional ones ("mock cottages").
French country is a style of home design inspired by the rural, rustic homes of the French countryside. It is characterized by its use of natural materials, such as stone, brick, and wood, and by its emphasis on comfort and warmth. French country homes often have a picturesque, charming appearance, with steep pitched roofs, arched windows and doors, and ornamental details such as shutters and window boxes. The exterior may be finished in a soft, muted color palette, and the interior may feature exposed wood beams, stone or brick fireplaces, and comfortable, welcoming furnishings. French country architecture often incorporates elements of traditional French design, such as formal gardens, patios, and courtyards, and may also include outdoor living spaces such as balconies, porches, and terraces.
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