This charming craftsman cottage takes full advantage of the amazing surrounding views with its many large windows.
In the kitchen you’ll find a soaring wall of windows, plenty of prep space with a giant center island, and a roomy pantry around the corner.
The spacious family room features built-ins flanking a fireplace and french doors that lead to an expansive screened porch, complete with overhead beams and another fireplace.
Upstairs, a loft that overlooks the family room leads to a massive bunk room which is perfect for when the grandkids visit!
The basement boasts a large game room and theater.
There is also a guest suite with a large en suite bath and multiple closets.
The storage room has easy access to the outside, making it perfect for storing all of your large outdoor toys and supplies.
To see the details of this floor plan, or to purchase it, visit eplans.com and search for plan HWEPL14260.
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The gleaming palatial estate of Base Ball Hall of Fame Legend, Roberto Alomar is for sale. The custom home is located in the exclusive, gated country club community of Avila in Tampa, FL.
The sprawling home contains over 18,000 sq. ft. of custom design, bursting with elegance and state of the art amenities, and poised on 3.4 acres.
A stately porte cochere entry leads to 8 bedrooms (all with private en suites), 10 full and 2 half baths, 2 kitchens, 5 fireplaces, and an 8-car garage.
But this home is more than just amazing numbers: you’ll be astounded by the elegance that touches every inch from the grand foyer to the wine cellar and from the theater room to the indoor pool.
From the mature oaks and tranquil pond outside to the Crestron Electronics and LED lighting inside, all discriminating buyers will find themselves enchanted with this grand home!
To see more details, photos, and a map, please visit this listing.
Listing courtesy of CENTURY 21 SHAW REALTY GROUP
Photos Copyright 2014 Mid Florida MLS
In 2011, Matthew Mazzotta turned the theater world inside out. Well, actually, he turned a house inside out. And that house became a community theater that seats 100 people.
In an effort to defy what is assumed possible, and in conjunction with the Coleman Center for the Arts in York, Alabama, Mazzotta designed a theater that would fold up into the shape of a house. Or a house that would unfold into a theater, if that’s easier for you to imagine.
But you don’t have to imagine it! Take a gander at these:
You can even watch a video about the project. See the house unfold and the community come together: