Tudor style English Cottage features a trellis at its front wall creating a welcoming entry to the home's motor court. The garage is placed at the back side of the house minimizing its appearance from the street.
The front entry features a modest foyer opening to a central rotunda with a domed ceiling providing access to the main rooms of the house. Formality remains in tact without relying on a staircase feature.
The staircase has been relocated to the rear of the house where it helps incorporate a slope in the property or allows the house to be elevated for gracious curb appeal. The staircase provides access to the lower level as well as a recreation room and guestrooms above the garage. A wonderful loft on this level creates its own upper foyer. The second floor features a spacious laundry room close to the children's rooms with a Jack & Jill bath. Beyond is a wonderful master suite utilizing the extreme roof pitches to create a dramatic ceiling which helps define the room's sitting area. The volume ceilings also create drama for the master bath and provide expanded space in the master closet with extra high storage space including shelving extended over the commode/shower ceiling.