Horizontal siding, dormers, and its cottage feel make the Canterbury Trail design a wonderful choice for any neighborhood, in any region. The entry porch welcomes guests into the foyer. Arches frame the great room straight ahead. Here, an entertainment center area and sliding glass doors open to the rear veranda.
An ample kitchen has a spacious walk-in pantry and a large center island with an eating bar. With the breakfast nook, great room, and kitchen all in the same area, the Canterbury Trail home plan offers the open concept that is so desirable.
Secluded to one side of the Canterbury Trail plan is the master retreat with a spacious layout. A door separates the retreat from the rest of the house. The master bedroom has a private access to the verandah. Down the hall are his and hers walk in closets that are extra large for storage. The master bathroom has separate his and hers vanities. There is also an oval soaking tub and a separate walk in shower.
The other side of the Canterbury Trail home plan has a study that can be transitioned into a fifth bedroom. There is a powder room and utility room on the same side of the house. The utility room is large enough to include the washer, dryer, and wash tub. There is enough room left over for a folding station.
Upstairs are three secondary bedrooms. They share a hall bath while a computer loft and built-in bookshelves accent the living space. The attic is accessed from upstairs bedroom number two. There is a balcony on the second floor that is accessed from both bedrooms two and three. The fourth bedroom has a window seat facing the front of the house.
The garage is front loading and has two bays. There is a separate door that leads to the outside.
It has 2527 sq. ft. of living area, four bedrooms and two and 1/2 bathrooms. The Canterbury Trail plan comes with both a slab foundation and an optional basement foundation layout.