A masterpiece of model living environments, The Concerto Basement offers the perfect floor plan for larger families. The main attraction of this model, the basement, gives The Concerto Basement a tremendous amount of multi-use square footage.
With four to six bedrooms - including an optional first floor bedroom – and two and a half to four bathrooms, this 2,786 – 4,091 square foot model performs in harmony with today's busy lifestyles. Easily orchestrate daily activities with a huge and open kitchen, breakfast area, and great room that is complete with a corner fireplace. Upgrade your kitchen space with optional wall ovens, a large center island, and butler’s cabinets or a pantry. Just beyond the great room, choose to add a first floor bedroom complete with a large amount of closet space and full bathroom. Take full advantage of your outdoor living space year-round with an included deck or an option for a covered deck.
Upstairs, the Owner's Suite is breathtaking with a hand crafted tray ceiling, his-and-her vanity sink, spa bathtub and shower, and an enormous walk-in closet. The second floor also offers two bedrooms with large closets, a full bathroom, and a laundry room with an optional soaking sink. Along with all of these features, the loft can be turned into a fifth bedroom or transformed into an exercise room, study space, or even an in-home movie theater.
Choose to add a bonus bedroom with a full bathroom and a wet bar for visiting guest or live-in relatives in the basement. This gives you the convenience of keeping guests close while maintaining the space of floors between. Use the additional space in the basement as a multi-purpose room with full patio entrances, as well. With an array of options to fit the needs of any household, The Concerto Basement will treat you to the best residential performance!
My name is Eric Ellis and my wife and I settled on our new house at Seaglass Village in Bridgewater. We are located at 738 Ricegrass Place (lot #16). I would like to commend Chuck on his outstanding work on our house. We watched as progress was made...