Now on with the tour...
Walking in the front door, you see a stairway going upstairs
Now lets go back to the main floor and look around, but first see the view from upstairs down into the livingroom.
Okay, my daughter didn't take any other pictures of the livingroom. It has a see through fireplace that looks into the breakfast table area and kitchen.
My daughter took a picture of me in the kitchen after the tile guys left. The builder's wife is behind my head cleaning up. The tile guys will have to come back the next day to grout. I am facing the breakfast table area and see through fireplace which she did not take a picture of. I never said that she was detail oriented.
This is the laundry room off the master bedroom. They still have a bit of work to do in here before it's done.
This is the master bedroom. It features a bay window. Then the master bathroom is off this to the right along with a huge walk-in closet. The tile guys still have to finish up in here too.
Lets head on to the basement. The door is in the living room that goes to the basement.
Walk-out basement and the view you see is their horses and barn.
This is the basement bedroom.
My daughter also didn't take a picture of the powder room and cool mud room complete with huge closet and bench and cubby area. There is also a large walk-in pantry.
So lets review. Main floor has, two bedrooms, laundry, powder room, two bathrooms (master and guest), kitchen, breakfast dining room, living room, office, and mud room.
Upstairs floor has, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Basement floor has, one bedroom, a bathroom and huge living area.
That's four and a half bathrooms and five bedrooms! This is one of the smaller homes this builder builds and he is working on finishing his own home and I have the pleasure of helping his wife pick the finishes. I just wall papered their powder room yesterday, so soon I will be able to show you their stunning and HUGE home.
I hope you enjoyed this tour...next time I will be the one taking the pictures, so you can see all the house. Even though it's empty, it's always fun to see a new home and it's layout and finishes, don't you think?