Featured Floor Plan: The Culpepper
Open floor plans are some of the most requested design for new home, in North Carolina and across the US. We'll show you what an open plan has to offer, using the Culpepper as a floor plan sample from architect Frank Betz.
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Take a look at the floor plans, below.
The Culpepper is 2947 to 3265 sq ft with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 car side entry garage. Most popular Raleigh home plan elements include:
- Large island in the kitchen, huge walk in pantry
- Downstairs master with en suite bath
- Formal dining, breakfast nook
- First floor guest bedroom
- Bonus room over garage, separate game room
- Large laundry and bench in hallway off garage
- Two story foyer
- Buddy bath upstairs
On the first floor, we enlarged the island to create an eat-in space that spreads into the family room in order to take advantage of the open concept design. A hallway bench and walk in pantry offer tons of first floor storage space.
The fifth bedroom is located on the far side of the floor plan, close to the first floor bathroom, laundry, and garage entrance (as a "secondary" entrance zone away from front door traffic patterns). A first floor guest suite offers one method of multi-generational living.
A sitting alcove in the master makes your retreat space more flexible. The en suite bath is a cost effective layout.
A bonus room above the garage makes good use of space. The upstairs kids' rooms share a bathroom, while an optional guest bedroom has an en suite bath.
We added a game room to the floor plan, in place of the two story family room.
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