This Blue Hole Falls timber frame home is a fantastic family retreat that is also perfect for entertaining. Walkthrough the spacious entry that is flanked by the L-shaped stairs to the second floor, and the convenient powder room. The large island kitchen is connected to the angled garage by a breezeway with walk-in pantry and mudroom. This spacious cooking center is also adjacent to the family dining area, which opens to the dramatic great room with a large fireplace.
The main floor of Blue Hole Falls boasts a deluxe master suite with fireplace, and an enormous master bath with his and hers closets, separate sinks, soaking tub and large shower. The bedroom connects to the expansive deck which is over 700 square feet and includes a dramatic central hammer truss covered porch. In addition, there is a covered entry porch with over 150 square feet more of outdoor living area.
The ground floor of Blue Hole Falls includes an enormous living space, and two additional bedrooms and bath. This lower level could make a wonderful space for teenagers with their own hideout space, or a private guest suite. There are even ample storage rooms for your seasonal items.
The Blue Hole Falls timber frame home is designed to be a flexible family retreat that packs plenty of charm and livability. The plan is adaptable to suit the changing needs of a family, and with the multiple levels, it can accommodate either a small family or a multi-generational clan. Whether you are looking for a family home or the perfect space for indoor-outdoor entertaining, this Blue Hole Falls timber frame home will fit the bill!
- Heated Square Feet 3,690 sq ft
- Covered/Uncovered Decks 916 sq ft
- Garage 616 sq ft
- Total 5,222 sq ft
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