A long, sloping roof punctuated with gabled forms is the defining feature
of this Cape design. Inside the front door, the two-story center hall
leads to a living room and dining room linked by French doors on the
left. Past the powder and mud room, the hallway opens to the kitchen,
breakfast nook, and a family room with cathedral ceiling and a fireplace.
Together, these spaces form an open, flowing area that overlooks the
deck and rear lawn.
A main staircase with an open balustrade leads up to a second floor
hall overlooking the entry below. On one side of the hall, three bedrooms
share a generous bath and a second floor laundry room. The master suite
is located at the other side of the hall. A dressing area with a large
walk-in closet separates the bedroom from the master bathroom which
features a glass shower, a platform tub, and dual sinks.
The classic1-1/2 story Cape form conveys a timeless charm, and the
Bedford offers a four-bedroom layout with full features in a compact
footprint. Plans for this house have been carefully drawn and include
authentic details. The layout combines a smooth flow and an efficient
use of space. All of the rooms have large windows and will accommodate
optimal furniture arrangements.