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Wolfe made for spacious, gracious living

The Wolfe (406-47) appears to be massive and would look wonderful in many of the neighborhoods that are filled with large homes. Its impressive exterior has numerous windows, brick and wood siding, dormers, skylights, porches and decks. This home has a three-car garage with an area that could be converted into another bay if needed. The brick on the facade adds character and elegance.

Entry into the Wolfe brings one's guests into a large foyer with a skylight overhead. To the left of the foyer is the formal living room. It has two arches and many angles that add to the beauty of the room. The front consists of numerous windows bathing the room in light.

The dining room is off the living room and the kitchen. It has coffered ceilings and windows overlooking a deck. The kitchen is very large with an octagonal island containing a vegetable sink. There is a trash compactor, dishwasher, dual sinks with a garden window, and the cook top. Counterspace is abundant as are the cabinets. Off the kitchen is a nook with bay windows and a door opening onto a deck. The family room is in the rear with two skylights, large windows, French doors to the rear deck, and a fireplace with a hearth that covers one entire wall.

To the right of the foyer is a study room, ideal for computers or as a sitting/den area. The only bedroom on this floor is the master suite. It has a large coffered vault ceiling in the main suite area with sliding glass doors opening onto the rear deck. The master bath is enormous. There is a private area for the stool, a large spa tub with a window over, "his and her" sinks, and an oversized shower. Two walk-in closets are between the bath and the suite. Adjacent to the master suite is a pantry and the utility room as well as a half bath across the hall.

Upstairs are two bedrooms, a TV/Media room, sewing/hobby room, and a large bonus area. Bedroom 2 is a guest room with a full bath and a walk-in closet. Bedroom three also has a walk-in closet and is adjacent to a full bath with a tub, dual sinks, a laundry chute and a linen closet. The other two rooms could also be bedrooms as they each have a wall closet.

This entire home has been designed for spacious and gracious living.

Order or search through thousands of plans on-line at www.landmarkdesigns.com. Use the code THP67 and receive the plans via e-mail and save 15 percent on full set orders or 40 percent on study plans. Or call us at 1-800-562-1151, making sure you have the discount code THP67 and the plan name and number WOLFE (406-47). Study plans for $24.95 are available for all our plans.

Date: 6/21/05





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