One somewhat unique feature of the Hazleton is a front facade that exists on several different planes. An eye-catching custom chimney fronts the two-story center section, flanked by a recessed porch on one side and a balcony on the other. Twin sets of slender columns accent these recesses while providing roof support.
Happily, what you don’t see is a wall of garage doors. They’re around to the left side, out of sight.
Stepping inside the foyer, you see two arched openings. Doors to a coat closet and bathroom cluster together in a short hallway on the left, along with a room with a walk-in closet. This room could be a guest room, den, home office, or whatever suits.
The right-hand arch opens into a wide living room, which in turn flows into a dining room. Windows flank a wide-hearthed fireplace which could be fueled by either gas or wood. More light spills in through windows on two sides of the dining room. A pocket door slides open for access to the kitchen but can be closed when more separation is desired.
On the opposite side of the kitchen, a peninsular counter houses a cook top, with ample counter space on both sides. In fact, this large kitchen has counters along all four walls, plus plenty of storage. And the view is terrific. You can keep tabs on activities in the two-story family room and nook or lift your gaze to appreciate signs of the changing seasons outside.
The Hazleton’s owners’ suite is upstairs, an adult retreat well-isolated from the hustle and bustle of daily activities. Amenities include a spa tub, oversized shower, dual vanity, and private toilet.
Associated Designs is the original source for the Hazleton 30-304. For more information or to view other designs, visit www.AssociatedDesigns.com or call 800-634-0123.