Keystone arches meld harmoniously with Art Deco-style window treatments to give the Tyndale an intriguing front façade.
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This compact home is well suited to the needs of families with young children, or empty nesters wishing to downsize and still accommodate overnight guests. One of the bedrooms could also double as a home office. All on one level, the open floor plan is easily adapted for wheelchair accessibility.
Light spills into the foyer through the decorative glass that fills both the arched transom and the door’s upper section. Entering, you step into a foyer that opens into a comfortably large and open vaulted family living area. Windows line the rear wall, and a fireplace stands ready to provide a warm, colorful focal point when skies are dark.
A well-placed wall section puts the temporary clutter of food preparation and clean-up out of visual range of the dining/living room. At the same time, the kitchen is open to the sunny nook, with a view of the patio and the landscape beyond. Potted plants, as well as family and friends, will thrive in this bright, airy space. They’ll also enjoy snacking and/or conversing with kitchen workers while perched on stools at the raised eating bar that fronts the sink and peninsular counter.
Laundry appliances are mere steps away, yet out of sight. Garage access is equally close, convenient for unloading groceries in safety and comfort.
Bedrooms cluster together on the left. Amenities in the Tyndale’s owners’ suite include a deep walk-in closet and a private bathroom with dual vanity, a spa or soaking tub, and a separate shower. The other two bedrooms share the main bathroom.
Visit AssociatedDesigns.com for more information or to search home plans. A review plan of the Tyndale can be purchased for $25. Associated Design’s “Home Plan Collection,” featuring more than 550 home plans, costs $15. Both are available online, by phone at 800-634-0123 and by mail (add $5 s/h) at Associated Designs, 1100 Jacobs Drive, Eugene, OR 97402.