Narrow building sites – common in lake settings – can be present challenges while designing a new home that complies with setback ordinances, yet delivers the wants and needs an owner may have for their vacation home. This home on Clear Lake is a very good example of how those challenges can be overcome.
Boasting over 3,000 sq. ft. of living area, this home provides ample sleeping areas with five over-sized bedrooms. With the capability of accommodating so many guests, bath room facilities are important and this need is met with five full baths. The design includes a large open great room, kitchen and dining area with a unique banquette shown in the featured photos. A secluded second floor family room is available for those times where a more intimate setting is desired.
Universal design on the main floor not only makes this home accessible to all but provides an additional benefit of making the home feel even more spacious than it obviously is. With tons of storage and an attached tow-car garage deep enough to store boats off-season, this vacation home is a perfect mix of functionality and aesthetics.