Everything about the Fredericksburg
is designed to inspire. The entire floor plan is connected by a long central corridor that connects each of the different areas of the home, making everything feel attached but still spacious.
When you walk into the Fredericksburg, you pass under a charming covered porch and into a small open foyer. It flows into a formal dining room on the left, and crosses the corridor into the large family room. The family room is open to the kitchen and is lined with tall windows, filling it with light and giving a great view of your land. One of the customization options for this design shifts the long covered porch from behind the master bedroom to behind these windows, giving you a great place to entertain guests.
The kitchen features a striking stone arch above the oven. It has a wide standalone counter overlooking the family room with an eating bar. It’s all one height, so it doubles as a spacious work area for preparing meals and a spot for decorations as well. A bright breakfast nook with a great view sits in the back. If you want more room, an alternate kitchen layout greatly expands the floor space and the standalone counter, and adds a center island and corner pantry.
Just past the kitchen, a short hallway leads into a powder room, utility room, and the master suite. The utility room connects to the attached 2-car garage. The garage can be expanded to fit 3 cars, and a drop zone can be added between the hallway and the utility room.
Drop zones are especially great for active families with children to make coming and going easier and contain messy clothing to a room that’s easy to clean up.
Across the hall to the master suite, you’ll find a very large bedroom with a stepped ceiling. One of the unique features of this master bedroom is that it has a door to the rear covered porch. The bathroom has two vanities separated by a corner soaking tub, an enclosed toilet, and a very large walk-in closet. If a soaking tub doesn’t suit your tastes, we’ll swap it out for a larger walk-in shower and make the closet a bit bigger.
Going back down the corridor, another larger hallway branches off into the living quarters on the right end. There’s a small closet and space for a desk in the hallway, and it leads to a full bathroom and two bedrooms. For extra privacy, the bathroom can be moved between the bedrooms and converted to a Jack & Jill style.
The study near the front entrance can also be converted to an extra bedroom or guest room with its own full bath.
Our model home for the Fredericksburg, located in Katy
, has one last addition: an optional second floor. This adds a theater room, a powder room, and a large bonus room, which we have set up as a game room.