The Patrick Henry
The Patrick Henry is a custom-drawn plan by renowned architect Frank Betz. Well-suited for the suburbs, the home has a combined square footage of 2,510 in its four–bedroom, three-bath, two-story floor plan.
What first attracts you to this transitional designed home is its handsome brick facade and welcoming front porch with a metal roof. The exterior is further accented by its roofline with two double gables. The home also includes a 511-square-foot integral garage, as well as a basement that can add 962 square feet.
An open, two-story foyer with ¾-inch oak hardwood flooring welcomes visitors into the home. A formal dining room and adjacent living room are situated on either side of the foyer. As you venture further into the home, you become aware of the 9-foot ceilings throughout the first floor. There is a spacious great room with gas fireplace and open kitchen with eat-in breakfast bar, as well as an informal dining area with bay window. Entry to the garage, first-floor bath, and bedroom/study is gained through the kitchen.
The highlight of the second floor is the master bedroom suite. The master bedroom is detailed by a dramatic tray ceiling and bath that includes a 5-foot shower, a 6-foot soaking tub with ceramic surround, a double bowl vanity, and a walk-in closet. Two other bedrooms are on the second story, as well as another full bath and a convenient laundry room.