Avondale is a luxury, British Colonial house plan
. It is the winner of three distinguished awards. Avondale boldly blends luxury with livability. The floor plan has 5612 square feet of living area, three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Avondale is available with a slab/stem wall foundation.
Avondale is reminiscent of a country manor with its tile roofs and punctuations of ledge stone, columns and iron accents. It showcases the natural surroundings of the home's site through expanses of fixed and movable walls of glass. The grand facade of Avondale is punctuated by dual porte-cocheres, which is a mere prelude to what waits within. Privacy is balanced within the open and view-oriented plan. Two ground floor guest suites enjoy a secluded location. The master suite shares an entire wing of the home with the study. A second floor bonus room could serve as a second master suite. A formal first floor foyer soars up to a vaulted ceiling, leading to the bonus room. The bonus room features a morning kitchen, full bathroom and two balconies that amplify incoming light.
Views abound in Avondale. Sunlight and moonlight are coaxed into the home through under and above cabinet windows in the kitchen. Vanishing corner pocketing sliding doors in the leisure and living rooms allow for even more views. Natural light enters through bayed windows in the bedrooms and generous windows in the master bathroom, which overlooks a lush garden.
However, privacy is balanced despite all of the attention to the views. Abandoning conventional square and rectangular rooms, the floor plan opts for more interesting shapes that create a gentle undulation of the home's footprint and pockets of intimate interior and exterior spaces. Avondale expresses a movement that is mimicked by the graceful curves of the waveless zero-edge pool.
Ceilings get extra attention with elaborate trays, barrel vaults, steps, coffers and a slumped arch ceiling with beams in the leisure room. This attention to detail is heightened by art niches, a two-sided fireplace shared by the study and formal living room, stone, marble and built-ins.
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