The Lexington Federal
The second floor has three bedrooms and a master suite with a fireplace and the third level is multi-functional, providing additional bedroom space or office/study space. Although this home can stand alone with a correctly designed and sited garage, it looks and works best with the colonnade and porch that I have shown. This arrangement does several things. Visually, it extends the mass of the house laterally and gives it a better connection to the surrounding landscape. Functionally, it provides a covered space for outside activities and connection to the garage and it develops an enclosure for a private terraced courtyard off the dining room.
This home should be painted white with off-white trim and window sash and an accent color (Essex green works well) for the front entry door. The roof should be slate colored asphalt or sawn cedar and the chimneys should be done with used or antique style brick. The colonnade and porch should float on a flat plain of grass with off-white paint for the trim and pillars and brick paving for the floor.
Combined kitchen-gathering room with fireplace, living room with fireplace, formal dining room with fireplace and entry mud room with half bath.
Bed rooms (#1, #2, #3), a full bath, laundry and master bed room (#4) with walk-in closet and full bath and fireplace.
Loft/study with guest bed room space.
- First & Second Floors 3340 SQ. FT.
- Porch Colonnade 424 SQ. FT.
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