Main Floor:1,513 sq. ft
Upper Floor:1,516 sq. ft
Garage:3 car garage
Outdoor Spaces:Front Porch, Rear Porch
Other:upstairs master bedroom, open to below
Exterior Framing:2x4 or 2x6
Ceiling Height:9', tray ceiling master bedroom
Home Style:Craftsman, Rustic, Family
The Riverwalk is a great two story four bedroom home plan with a three car garage that works well in any setting. As you enter the Riverwalk, you’re in a grand two story foyer with views of the formal living and dining rooms on one side and the family room on the rear of the home. The two story family room is open to the kitchen and breakfast areas. A covered porch sits just outside the family room. A large covered front porch and a 3 car garage complete the main level. The upper level of the Riverwalk includes a spacious master suite with his and her walk in closets and a luxury bath. There are 3 additional bedrooms on this level. Two of the bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath while one bedroom enjoys a private bath. The upstairs laundry room is convenient to all the bedrooms. Open railing overlooks the foyer and the family room.The optional unfinished basement provides plenty of room for a recreation room, a theater room, and extra bedrooms.
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