The Gabriella house plan has a deeply recessed entry. It plays counterpoint to two bold turrets that step into the landscape. This extends the footprint of the home. Spacious, light-filled rooms allow unencumbered views throughout the interior of the Gabriella. The foyer looks into the living room and dining room and then on out to veranda. A massive hearth in the great room of the Gabriella plan reinforces the charm of tapered columns along the gallery. French doors bring in scenery and light.
Angled lines melt into the outdoors with retreating glass walls in the nook and expansive gourmet kitchen. The kitchen has a massive wraparound counterspace and center island for additional workspace. The corner walk in pantry adds more cabinet space for storage. The open concept leads out to the breakfast nook, dining room and living room.
The kitchen opens onto a spacious outdoor area with wood clad vaulted octagonal ceiling and stone trimmed fireplace centerpiece. This is further complemented with a stunning outdoor kitchen for entertaining. Beyond the rear veranda on the right side and behind the outdoor kitchen is a cabana guest suite and pool bath. This is perfect for a private getaway space for guests.
On the left side of the Gabriella plan is the master suite. Off of the master bedroom is an exercise room with windows looking out to the veranda. Heading towards the master bathroom are two walk in closets. Further down the hall is a separate water closet with bidet. Across the hall is a large linen closet. The massive master bathroom has a Whirlpool soaking tub and a separate large doorless walk in shower. There are separate his and hers vanities and sinks.
Upstairs are three guest bedrooms, each with its own full bathroom. Two of the bedrooms overlook a private deck and balcony. In the center of the upstairs is a combination loft/game room. The floor plan of the Gabriella has 5314 square feet of living area, six bedrooms and five and 1/2 bathrooms. The foundation is a slab/monolithic.
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