An ideal house for any time of year. Warm and inviting, it does not skimp on windows and offers a remarkable blend of materials, sloping roof, decorative mouldings and angles. The exterior is just a hint of the charm within. The entrance foyer is appointed with a large storage closet, indispensable in such a home. Passing through, a beautiful living room space, a central fireplace, French doors and a cathedral ceiling, as well as a skylight illuminating the staircase. Further, a large kitchen allows for a table to seat at least 6 with a rear view assured by a projection filled with windows. On this same floor as well, a master bedroom with a partial view to the rear, benefiting from a large storage closet and an adjoining full bathroom. On the upper level, two other good sized bedrooms will meet the expectations of their occupants. Other lovely appointments include a full bathroom and a mezzanine, always appreciated in a cathedral space for an unimpeded view of the beautiful living room below. A “must” when we talk “chalet”.
1625 Total Living Area 1108 Main Level 517 Upper Level 3 Bedrooms 2 Full Baths 36' W x 36' D
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Q:Good afternoon, I would like to know... what is the height of the first and second floor?
The first level is 8’-0’, except the living and kitchen/dining room that are cathedral at 9’10’’ for the dining/kitchen and 17’-2’’ for the living room
Date Posted: 04-Feb-20
Q:How high are the outside walls of the second floor bedrooms. Where is the washer/dryer located. Where would mechanicals be located if basement is crawl space.
If the customer is referring to the knee walls, they are 3’-6’’ high.
The washer and dryer is presently located in the basement. If the plan is converted to a crawlspace, the washer and dryer as well as the hot water heater would be located where the stairs are at the moment to go to the basement.
Hope this helps!
Date Posted: 16-Dec-19
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