Now that the drywall installation and texturing is complete, it’s a lot easier to see the actual rooms. So it’s time to share the floor plan.
First floor plan
We were first attracted to this plan because most of the rooms were in the back of the house. This works out perfectly to take advantage of the view. The dining room is in the front of the house, but since the floor plan is very open you can still see the view from that room as well.
Here’s a pictorial tour of the house:
Front door (with temporary construction slabs) and entry looking into the dining room.
Looking towards the front window of the dining room. The columns around the dining room will be clad in the same stone as the exterior of the house.
Looking into the living room from the entry.
Looking into the kitchen from the living room. The pipes in the middle of the floor are for the sink that will be in an island. The column to the left will also be clad in stone. The door leads to the mud/laundry room and then the garage.
Looking into the nook from the kitchen.
Looking towards the side of the kitchen with an alcove for the fridge and the door to the pantry.
Looking into the mudroom and entrance into the garage. That wall will have a built-in bench and shelving.
Looking into the laundry room from the mudroom. The floors are prepped for tile.
On the other side of the entry is the office. The alcove will have built-in shelving to house our A/V equipment. The TV will be over the fireplace in the living room.
Looking into the master bedroom from the bathroom door.
Master bath corner where cabinets will go and door to the closet.
Tub and shower.
Stairs to the second floor and down to the basement.
Looking out the stair well window from the upstairs landing.
Upstairs floor plan. The living room area is not actually open to above as indicated in this drawing.
Bedroom #1 facing the front of the house. It actually has a view of a small reservoir lake in our neighborhood.
Bedroom #2 facing the back of the house.
Bathroom #2. Both bathrooms will be very similar.
We’ve left the fourth “bedroom” unfinished to save some money now and finish it as a bedroom or game room later.
The wood floors are in and should be stained today and get their first clear coat tomorrow. Then cabinet installation can start! We’re waiting for the exterior contractor to finish another job so they can start on our house. They’ll start with the stucco and then apply the stone.
The blog posts should come more often now as things are finally starting to pick up!