Main-level master suite are simply more convenient and better for aging in place. The master bedrooms in these house plans offer the amenities your home buyers want, combined with the easy access of a main floor location, giving you a home plan that will prove popular with the widest possible number of home buyers today.
Plans with Fireplaces. If a fireplace is a requirement in your new home, where should it be? In the living room or the family room, or both? Or perhaps the master bedroom? Is it situated so you can comfortably arrange chairs or a sofa around it? (Or if your favorite plan only lacks a fireplace, consider adding one as part of your customization.)
One of the most popular amenities in a house plan is the fireplace. In fact, more than half of our floor plans have them. Besides having one in the great room, family room, or living room, some plans incorporate fireplaces outside on a screen porch, in a hearth room near the kitchen, or even in the master suite.
Maybe your children are getting older and bedrooms on separate floors will allow more privacy for both you and them. Or maybe you're planning to retire in this home. A main-floor master suite will allow you to live on one level of your home after the kids leave, while providing guests a space to stay upstairs.
A turret-styled metal roof over a bay window expands the dining room, and a curved balcony overlooks the two-story great room. Fireplaces and built-in shelves highlight the great room and master bedroom, while decorative ceilings add elegance. Upstairs, three bedrooms and a large bonus room provide plenty of family space. Note the three-car garage.
The pure, white walls are the foundation of this peaceful master bedroom. The white bedding stands out against the dark wood of the four-poster bed, and the open-knit afghan creates a sense of serenity. The glow of the fireplace, topped with a black-and-white gallery wall, brings warmth.