The Caprina home plan is evocative of the adobe escapes of the Spanish Colonial vernacular. The Caprina integrates the graceful interior with the outdoors and invites a reconnection with nature. Paneled doors lead to a grand foyer. This defies convention with a no-walls approach to the formal dining room and living room. Coffered ceilings provide spatial separation and a visual link between the private and public realms. Dramatic views further define the interior. This enables a rambling casual zone to meld into the scenery. Double french doors lead from the foyer directly through to the rear lanai. The wraparound lanai connects rooms bordering the refreshing rear elevation. This is an invitation to enjoy the outdoors and offer public and private realms. A few powerful renaissance details, such as spiral pilasters and patterned masonry, twist the traditional vocabulary of the Caprina to a more modern, eclectic motif. Rows of arched-top windows enhance the sidewalk presence of the home. This brings plenty of light to the interior.
The entire left side of the home is the master suite. Overlooking the rear lanai is the master bedroom, with a stepped ceiling. His and Hers walk in closets provide ample space for storage. The master en suite offers double sinks, a whirlpool tub, and corner walk in shower. It also has a separate water closet. The kitchen in the Caprina has lots of counter space including a center island for food preparation. A large corner pantry provides ample storage. The open concept floor plan leads to the breakfast nook and leisure room. A separate lanai to the left of the home has an outdoor fireplace and rear cabana. This beautiful floor plan comes with 3271 square feet of living area. The plan has four bedrooms with three and 1/2 bathrooms. Finally, this plan has a slab/stem wall foundation.
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