This magnificent 3-story home in Connecticut was built in 2014. It’s 4,864 sq. ft. on a 6,098 sq. ft. lot.
With 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, it’s plenty large enough for a family.
The design maximizes square footage on a small lot with the double car garage placed under the three-story home.
Let’s take a closer look at this nice house.
You enter the home into a sizable foyer that opens left and right into the home and straight takes you up the staircase.
The quarter turn staircase leads to a large landing on the 2nd floor.
The formal living room is large and is furnished with two matching sofas. The gray sofas match nicely with the coffered ceiling beams, gray fireplace mantle and gray area rug on hardwood flooring.
As you can see, the kitchen opens up into the large formal living room.
The custom L-shape white kitchen falls in the popular transitional style. It includes an island. This is definitely a top-of-the-line kitchen.
A second oven is built into the island.
You enter the dining room through the other side of the kitchen. The kitchen lies in between the formal living room and dining room.
The dining area is large enough to comfortably accommodate a table that seats 6 people very nicely. From the dining room, the home flows into the family room.
The family room is nicely appointed but casual. It steps out through double glass doors to a balcony style deck.
The other entry is a large mudroom with custom built coat lockers situated off the hall to the other entry door.
There’s also a small extra room that is serving as a DIY wine cellar.
And yet another room serves as a home gym and lounge area.
The stairs from the foyer lead to a large second story landing and hall to 3 bedrooms. There’s a quaint reading nook window in the landing space. The stairs continue to the third floor, which is a large attic bedroom.
The primary bedroom is a large space with a stunning en suite primary bathroom.
Check out that primary bathroom with walk-in shower and jacuzzi tub alcove.
Even the 3rd floor has a handsome landing leading into a large attic bedroom. Don’t let the “attic” fool you. This bedroom is large, beautiful and comfortable.
Check out this amazing attic bedroom with small sitting area, angled walls and ceiling, yet sufficient height for standing upright.
The guest bedroom is also large with an en suite bathroom.
The guest bathroom easily qualifies as a primary bathroom. It’s very nicely appointed with custom vanity and glass shower.
There’s a small home office off the bedroom.
While not a large yard, there’s a patio off the side of the home large enough for dining and entertaining.
The patio includes a fireplace cleverly built into the chimney.