Classic architectural details fuse with unique embellishments to give the Saraceno home plan a stately sophistication. Arches and simple lines dominate the classic architecture of the Saraceno. Corbels, banding, and hipped roofs provide visual excitement. At the same time, the ease of graciously flowing rooms provide multiple opportunities for both casual and opulent entertaining.
A multitude of windows and disappearing glass walls add warmth to the front and back facades of the Saraceno plan. An abundant source of natural light and fresh air flows inside. Inside of the Saraceno, a thoughtful plan arranges social areas and guest rooms to the left and the master suite and study to the right. Private pockets of gathering areas are created by the gentle movement of the Saraceno home's rear elevation.
A different perspective is experienced from the second floor deck. The Veranda is designed to celebrate outdoor living and the views from inside. The rear elevation of this home is punctuated by windows and sliding glass doors. These large openings provide wide open views of the home's surroundings. This serves to bring the outside in.
The plan is designed for entertaining. An open floor plan between the living and leisure room allows a wet bar to serve as the staging area for refreshments and hors d'oeuvres. Boundaries between these spaces are subtly defined by columns and changing ceilings. Natural light streams into the leisure room through zero-corner sliding glass doors.
A second story band of vertical windows open up this room to the outdoors. This drama is heightened by a 22-foot coffered ceiling. A second floor loft overlooks the leisure room. This provides a private retreat for the fourth bedroom. Ceilings are elevated to an art form with dramatic treatments. Trays and coffers take on geometric shapes.
There is a circle in the breakfast nook and an octagon in the master sitting area. Crisp coffers are formed by diagonal beams in the leisure room. Cove and recessed lighting enhance the effect. This house plan offers 5013 square feet of living area, four bedrooms and five full bathrooms. The foundation for this plan is a slab/stem wall.
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