A centered cupola sets off the clean, simple lines of this New South cottage, the Madra. Horizontal siding and history-rich details rethink tradition in a thoroughly modern plan drawn for livability and a deep level of comfort. A wraparound entry portico is just the beginning to the Madra plan of perfect symmetry. Inside, an unrestrained 3948 square foot floor plan permits public and casual spaces to flex, with rooms that facilitate planned events as easily as they do family gatherings.
At the front of this house home, massive square columns line the wrapping entry porch. Graceful arches define the dining room and parlor of the Madra plan, which complements an informal nook adjacent to the great room. Pocket doors seclude a library or study, which sports a beamed ceiling and grants private access to the solana.
The kitchen has a center island for additional counter space. The large wraparound counters provide added space in the kitchen area. It opens up to the dining room via a walk-thru and then is open to the great room with a two story ceiling and fireplace. The rear of these rooms looks out to the solana with sliding glass doors.
A main-level master suite features a tray ceiling. French doors open up from the master bedroom to the rear solana. The master bathroom has a Whirlpool soaking tub and walk-in shower. There are his-and-hers walk in closets for ample storage space. Four upper-level secondary bedrooms have access to separate sun decks. Each bedroom has a private bathroom and large walk in closet. This home plan is available with a slab/stem wall foundation.