Overlooking Bridgewater Golf Course this two story home boasts a two-story wall of glass in the great room to take advantage of the wonderful view. With the master bedroom and large master suite on the main floor, the floor plan designed by Lynn provides for a very open living area. A finished recreation room in the walk-out basement gives the owner additional entertainment space.
Gorgeous views of the pond in Sorrento can be had from the master bedroom, great room, kitchen and nook. This split bedroom home on a walk-out basement offers a unique feature of having storage in the basement with direct access to the exterior. We received many compliments on the quality of the construction and for Lynn's design of this home, by the visitors touring the home in the Town and Country Home Show.
An old cottage was demolished to make room for this beautiful lake home but care was taken to preserve an existing boat house and wood stairway to the lake. Lynn designed this home, using a floor plan from a previously built cottage and a photo of an exterior the owner provided, as a basis for this unique design. The exterior deck was constructed to protect the space below, so it could be used for outdoor living on rainy days. Provisions were made to allow for installation of roll up screens, which will offer the option of turning the space into a screened in area when desired. Year 'round living was the long range plan for the owner's of this lake home on Big Long Lake. The owners enjoyed this 4 bedroom home so much the first summer, the plans to make it their year 'round residence were expedited. We were [...]
Built in Decatur this 5 bedroom two-story welcomes visitors with an unique angular stairway that leads to a balcony overlooking the spacious foyer. A swimming pool in the rear yard can be viewed from many rooms in the home.
Pictured are two homes with the same floor plan but distinctly different facades. These 4 bedroom two-stories with the master bedroom on the main level, offer 3 full bath and a powder room. They serve as a good example of why it may be best to concentrate on the floor plan first when determining what you want in your custom home. The exterior of a home is much more adaptable to the floor plan than the inverse.