Plan 2474 - The Morristown - Amenities Galore in a Beautifully Traditional Home
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4 Car Garage
Main Floor Plan
Upper Floor Plan
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A Walk Through The Morristown
Imagine waking up in a home that has every feature you could possibly imagine. In the Morristown, that dream becomes a reality. Your day starts on the upper floor, in the airy master bedroom. With sunlight streaming through the windows, you’ll look forward to starting your day. Everything you’ll need will be in the enormous his-and-her walk-in closets off the master bedroom. The larger of these two closets features shelving and a central chest of drawers for jewelry, shoes and other accessories.
When you leave the master bedroom, you’ll enter a lofted area that gives you a grand view down into the great room. Near the stairs, you’ll see that there is space to install an elevator and there is also a home gym in case you want to get some exercise in before breakfast.
Where would you like to enjoy your morning meal? On school days, you’ll almost certainly gather the family around the massive kitchen island or in the nook just off of the kitchen. On sunny summer mornings, take your coffee and a piece of toast out to the adjoining outdoor living space so that you can enjoy the fresh morning air.
On weekdays, the office will certainly come in handy. This room gives you ample space for an executive desk, shelving and everything else that you need to run your business. You’ll also have your own private porch, so whenever the weather is nice, you can grab your laptop and get some sunshine while you work.
The Morristown is ideal for families that enjoy hosting guests. On the lower floor, you can offer overnight guests the comforts of your guest suite, which has its own private bathroom. Then, of course, there is the outdoor living space, where guests can enjoy the shade all afternoon. And, on the upper floor, there is a vaulted games room with wet bar plus plenty of storage. This is a great place for a small home theater, a pool table or something else.
The dining room will be invaluable for formal occasions. This room opens into a butler’s pantry that leads to the kitchen, which gives you a place to stage each course of a meal. When the dinner is over, use the butler’s pantry to remove dishes quickly and easily without making several treks back and forth between the kitchen.
Speaking of the kitchen, if you enjoy cooking, then you are in for a surprise. The Morristown’s kitchen is professional, something that a chef would envy, with space for an extra wide range, wall ovens, and so much more. Just off the kitchen is a huge pantry with lots of shelving and space for an extra refrigerator and freezer, which you will certainly need to stock up on all of your favorite exotic foods.
Upper Floor3269 SqFt
Main Floor3080 SqFt
Total Area6349 SqFt
Beds and Baths
Garage Bays4 Car Garage
Garage Area1341 SqFt
Roof MaterialShake/Comp Roof
Wall Framing2 x 6
Main Roof Pitch12/12
The Mascord collection of craftsman house plans highlight features that were first introduced with the Arts and Crafts movement, which thrived from 1876-1915, and continues to be celebrated today. These homes have great curb appeal, lots of detail and the amenities you need for modern living. Check out the collection for more great home designs.
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