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Sarona's facade attractive

The Sarona (D8526) mixes traditional siding with rock accents to form an attractive facade. The three pillars for the porch along with the rock cornices on the garage add eye appeal. Numerous windows and a large dormer bathe rooms with. The Sarona has 2,061 square feet of finished living area and an unfinished basement of 1,025 square feet of area to be developed later.

Entry into the Sarona faces the great room in the rear and has the dining room on the right. A coat closet is tucked between the stairs and the door. The great room has a fireplace on the left wall, with large windows and a window seat in the rear. Opening off the great room is the nook and kitchen. Sliding doors open off the nook to the back yard.

The kitchen runs down the right and rear walls with an eating bar facing the nook. A desk as well as a pantry is opposite the nook. The utility is at the front part of the kitchen, with doors from the kitchen to the two-car garage. This is easy access to the pantry for storing groceries. Beyond the nook is a half bath. The dining area is in the front of the home and has large windows that look out over the street.

Upstairs is the sleeping area. There are two bedrooms with wall closets and large windows. A linen closet and a full bath with a tub is adjacent the rooms for convenience. A computer loft is located next to the stairs, ideal for homework or for Mom and Dad to use for work or fun.

The master suite takes up the balance of the upstairs. The main suite has a coffered 9-foot ceiling with a set of corner windows. There are two large walk-in closets that can be used as "his and hers." A door opens between the two closets into an option storage room. The master bath has an oversized tub and shower as well as dual sinks.

The entire layout of the Sarona is quite open and would be ideal for a family with smaller children that need to be close to Mom and Dad. The extra storage area is great for Christmas items, sports equipment, etc. Overall, eye appeal and usability makes this home a good choice.

For a study plan of the SARONA (D8526), send $25, to Landmark Designs, PO Box 5625, Eugene, OR 97405 or call 1-800-562-1151. Be sure to specify plan name and number. Compact disks, with search functions are free of charge, to help you search our portfolio for your dream home ($5 shipping and handling will apply). Or you may order or search online at Save 30 percent on construction plans using the code (LLM30) online, mailing, or calling 1-800-562-1151.

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