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Mascord House Plan 2476: The Thatcher
The Thatcher

Plan 2476

Mascord House Plan 2476: The Thatcher

Rear Rendering

Plan 2476 - The Thatcher - Amenity Rich with Well Planned Outdoor Spaces Too

Main Floor Plan

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Lower Floor Plan

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A Walk Through The Thatcher

Imagine living in a dreamy French Country chateau. You can have all that and more in the Thatcher. This lovely design would be right at home in the French countryside. Every exterior detail, from the stucco siding and the multi-gabled roofline to the quaint bonneted dormers, speaks of classic European style. With bay windows and gracefully curved walls, the rear of the home is almost more beautiful than the front. The two-level design, with an outdoor living space on the main level and a patio on the lower level, gives you many wonderful landscaping opportunities.

The Thatcher’s interior design is filled with breathtaking possibilities. The front door opens into a large, welcoming foyer. From there, you have ready access to the master suite, the home office, the main living area and the staircase to the home’s lower level.

Once you see this home’s living area, you’ll know that this plan was designed with guests in mind. A bay window in the great room serves as a beautiful focal point for the entire living space. With ample counters, a massive island, and a bright, sunlight nook, the kitchen is perfect for both quiet mornings and fun-filled evenings. The dining area is open enough for guests to flow from space to space, yet closed enough to accommodate more intimate gatherings.

As you enter this home from its attached four-car garage, you’ll find yourself in a corridor filled with conveniences. This space leads to the kitchen, but along the way you’ll find a half bathroom, a pantry, the laundry room and a small mud room for coat and shoe storage. From the garage, you can also access a walkway that leads you past a well-planned landscape area as you move towards the outdoor living space.

The luxurious master suite is on the opposite end of the main floor. This suite is absolutely packed with gorgeous features, including a large bay window, a private patio off the bedroom and a barrel-vaulted ceiling in the bathroom. The master bathroom also features a spa, tiled shower and his-and-her sinks. From the bathroom, you can access not one but two large walk-in closets, complete with built-in cabinetry and a storage area for linens.

The Thatcher’s lower level features three bedrooms, a home gym, a cedar closet and two unfinished storage areas. The gym and fourth bedroom share a bathroom that includes both a shower and a sauna.

The lower level’s primary attraction, however, is the home theater. This space features a full wraparound wet bar with a refrigerator and an attached wine cellar. Further into this room, you’ll notice that there is plenty of space to seat several guests for sports games, movie nights or any other event you can imagine. The theater opens onto a large patio, which gives your guests quick access to the delights awaiting them outside.

Home Details

Heated Space

  • Main Floor

    3134 SqFt
  • Basement

    2441 SqFt
  • Total Area

    5575 SqFt
  • Bsmnt (Unfin.)

    + 671 SqFt

Beds and Baths

  • Bedrooms

  • Full Baths

  • Half Baths

  • Floors


Exterior Dimensions


  • Garage Bays

    4 Car Garage
  • Garage Area

    1270 SqFt
  • Garage Location

  • Garage Orientation



  • Roof Framing

  • Roof Material

    Shake/Comp Roof
  • Snowload

    25 lb/sf
  • Wall Framing

    2 x 6
  • Main Roof Pitch



Some of the features of this home are 'European'. European homes come in many guises, since the term reflects homes styled after those in many countries; English Tudor, French Country, and Dutch Gable, to name a few. Beyond the country of origin, there's also the period of history from which the style emerged; Georgian, Victorian, Greek Revival; the list is almost endless. The homes shown in the collection below feature elements inspired by those found in countries across the Atlantic.

French Country

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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