Beds: 3Baths: 2.5Sq Ft: 3032
Hidden Creek View, Suwanee
Standing four stories tall and encompassing a lofty three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms within its 3,027 square feet of space, the Rossmore captures and iterates the ideas of coziness and uniqueness with great opportunity for personalization. On the first floor, these principles are best illustrated through the front doorway under the covered front step to invite you into the grand centerpiece of the combined, uncompromising atmospheres of the foyer, dining room, kitchen, family room, and keeping room. Aside from this – and walled into their own private spaces – there’s the powder room, walk-in pantry, and generous storage. Finishing touches to this expansive first-floor include the wood flooring leading you to the kitchen bar area, spanning across to the keeping room fireplace, and to the door for the rear balcony.
Upstairs, the stride for such relief and distinction shows even in the more boundary-defined living spaces. To the fore, the master suite occupies a great area that includes its spacious bedroom and an extensive double-vanity bathroom that also leads to the lofty walk-in closet. Toward the rear of the home’s design bedrooms two and three are both granted plenty of area as well as their own closet spaces and both are only steps away from their shared, full bathroom. There is still plenty of space reserved for linens and other closeted spaces with the added bonus for each of these living spaces to enjoy the convenience of the upstairs laundry room as well.
The Rossmore is ultimately underscored with a rear-entry, two-car garage at the basement level that also touts a space with fittings for a future bathroom already in place and plenty of designated storage space with a huge unfinished section for you to make your own. Additionally, and to top off this design, there is the spacious, freeing ambiance of the fourth-floor loft: another atmosphere ready to be whatever you make of it – keeping in spirit with the rest of the home.
Updated on August 31, 2020 at 11:26 am