Eugene

3018 sq ft

At 3,018 square feet, the Eugene is a perfect combination of traditional farmhouse and modern ranch design. The long main floor provides ample opening to the wrap around porch, letting in natural light to reflect off the elegant timbers while blurring the line between out and indoors. The traditional farmhouse hearth-side gathering space is opened up to include both the kitchen and dining area, with abundant space for friends and family to create memories.

With 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, this design is proportioned like most farmhouses, with a family in mind. Both ranch homes and farmhouses traditionally place the master bedroom on the main floor, with age-in-place considerations for the homeowners. This master bedroom enjoys a timber headboard feature wall, surrounding the occupants in the warm colors of wood.

The children’s bedrooms, on the other hand, are purely farmhouse style: located in the loft with the slanted roofs and exposed timber that are the setting of so many childhood fantasies.

Modern Farmhouse Series

The Farmhouse design style has deep roots in America’s agricultural history, when it was widely adopted for being both practical and comfortable. Central to the design style is a warm hearth for the family to gather during cold winters. Heavy timbers, the most practical material for construction at the time of the settlers, support the entire structure while providing the signature cozy atmosphere that is a staple of farmhouses. The traditional lofted children’s bedrooms with slanted roofs and exposed timbers fill the childhood memories of countless American’s to this day.

Features and Dimensions

1st Floor

  • Cov’d Deck – 78′-0″ X 8′-0″
  • Cov’d Deck – 8′-0″ X 22′-0″
  • Cov’d Deck – 8′-0″ X 20′-0″
  • Cov’d Deck – 71′-2″ X 8′-0″
  • Entry/ Banquet Room – 23′-9″ X 18′-8″
  • Great Room – 19′-7″ X 21′-2″
  • Kit. – 11′-7″ X 20′-2″
  • L’Dry – 7′-7″ X 14′-9″
  • M. Bath – 17′-2″ X 15′-9″
  • M. Bed – 17′-2″ X 25′-0″
  • P’Try – 6′-0″ X 5′-0″
  • Pdr. – 7′-10″ X 3′-0″
  • W.I.C. – 7′-7″ X 11′-5″

2nd Floor

  • Bed 2 – 13′-4″ X 15′-8″
  • Bed 3 – 12′-5″ X 11′-5″
  • Jack ‘N’ Jill Bath – 12′-5″ X 9′-4″

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