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2-Story 4-Bedroom New American House With Loft and Unfinished Attic Space (Floor Plan)


  • 3,097 Sq Ft
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.5 Baths
  • 2 Stories
  • 2-3 Cars

Hey there, dear reader!

Are you ready for a grand tour of a house that screams “I’ve made it in life and my house knows it!”? If you’ve been following our “Upstairs For The Kids” series, then boy, do I have a treat for you.

Meet the fourth sibling of the series: a stunning 4-bed New American house that not only boasts a loft but also whispers “future man-cave or she-shed” with its unfinished attic space. Yep, you read that right!

Stay Tuned: Detailed Plan Video Awaits at the End of This Content!

The first step (literally!) into this house is nothing short of majestic. Those elegant French doors? They’re not just for show. They open up to a foyer that gives you a panoramic view straight to the back of the house.

And there, like the crown jewel, sits a great room with a fireplace that could easily inspire a dozen cozy, marshmallow-roasting, winter nights. “Come hither,” it seems to say.

Oh, and if you glance to your left? Yet another set of French doors that lead you to what I like to call “the thinking room,” but you might know it as the study.

The fireplace in the great room is almost like that overachieving sibling – always flanked by matching pairs of doors on both sides. Talk about setting high standards!

Let’s talk about the heart of the home: the kitchen. Openness is the name of the game here.

The kitchen and dining area flow together, creating that dreamy space where you can simultaneously flip pancakes and keep an eye on little Timmy trying to feed said pancakes to the dog.

But that’s not it! For those secret cookie stashes (we all have them) or the 50lb bag of rice (because why not), there’s a spacious pantry. And let’s be real: no modern kitchen is complete without an island.

Whether you’re hosting a casual brunch, prepping for dinner, or just need a space to cry while chopping onions, the island has you covered. It even comes with a prep sink and a dishwasher, making post-dinner clean-up a breeze.

Secluded off to the right, like that one cousin who loves their privacy at family reunions, is the master suite. This is the space where luxury meets functionality.

A walk-in closet that’s big enough to make a fashionista weep with joy, dual vanities (because elbowing your partner during the morning rush is so last year), and a walk-in shower with not one, but TWO shower heads.

Feel the stress melt away as you’re pelted with water from two directions. Bliss!

Now, for the pièce de résistance. Upstairs, reminiscent of the royal chambers of yore, two bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bath.

Not sure who Jack and Jill were or why they’re so famous for sharing a bathroom, but hey, if it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for us!

Additionally, a third bedroom, which like the hipster of the house, wants to be different, boasts its own private bath.

The loft? Oh, it’s more than just an “upstairs lounge.” Picture this: Friday nights, popcorn, your favorite movies, and laughter echoing throughout.

Or perhaps, a quiet space to read while enjoying a glass of wine. Your call.

But wait, there’s more! Remember that unfinished attic space I teased earlier? Think of it as your canvas. Art studio? Y

oga space? Or maybe it’s where your next big startup idea takes shape. The possibilities are endless.

From luxurious features to cleverly designed spaces, this New American house plan truly has it all. If houses could make it onto magazine covers for their charm, this one would be gracing them all.

And remember, if you’re feeling the FOMO, there are three more house designs in this series to drool over!

So, dear reader, as you dream of your next move, perhaps this stunner is just what you’ve been waiting for. In the words of those fancy real estate agents, “This one won’t last long!” But, between us?

Even if it’s just in our dreams, it’s definitely worth the tour.

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