- 2732 SQFT
- 3 BED
- 2 BATH
- 2 CAR GARAGE
- Main Level Upper Floor
House Plan DescriptionThe luxury, Italian Bartolini house plan is inspired by 15th-century style. Trefoil windows and a deeply sculpted portico set off a lyrical Italian aesthetic. The Bartolini also has an oceanfront attitude. A graceful entry arcade is set off by massive stucco arches. The grand foyer is showcased by classic pilasters and a groin-vaulted ceiling. The foyer is arrayed with elaborate sculptural forms.
This unique floor plan contains 2732 square feet of living area, three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. Inside, three sets of French doors open the great room to the courtyard and terrace. The French doors direct you to a garden veranda. The courtyard meanders around a circular foundation, forming a road promenade rich with greenery.
The sculpted arches, carved wood and ceramic tile of the Bartolini create a subtly ornamented interior. This interior is framed by breezy outdoor views. The forward rooms establish a formal zone that is enhanced by a variety of architectural elements. These elements include project bays, deeply carved arches and coffered and beamed ceilings.
A private wing that includes the kitchen and morning nook opens to a covered loggia, lounge and outdoor grille. The other side of the home houses the master suite. The master suite enjoys ample amounts of space. An art niche and his and her closets separate the master suite from the master bathroom. The master bath is a place of luxury - his and her vanity, oversized tub, walk-in shower and a separate water closet. The master suite also has a set of French doors leading out to the courtyard.
The second story of Bartolini harbors two guest room, a loft and a bonus room with a bay tower. The guest rooms share a bathroom with separate vanity areas for convenience.
The Bartolini is available with a slab/stemwall foundation.
Bartolini House Plan
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