The San Gabriel
is a flexible home. Its layout can be customized to fit families of any size, and provides up to three very private smaller bedrooms, great for older teens or to use as guest rooms.
The unique angled entrance of the San Gabriel in Georgetown
opens to bedrooms on the right and the rest of the home on the left. A short hallway leads into the large family room, which is open to the dining area and partially open to the kitchen. With a raised ceiling and plenty of windows, the family room is spacious and welcoming.
An open counter with an eating bar separates the kitchen from the dining area and family room, giving a great view of the rest of the space. It has a center island and a small pantry, with space for an extra freezer in the utility room for more food storage. For extra storage space and convenience, an optional layout adds a walk-in pantry to the kitchen, moves the utility room next to the dining area, and adds a drop zone to the left side of the house.
Moving the utility room also allows the master suite’s walk-in closet to be greatly expanded. The master suite is connected to the family room on the right side. Its bedroom is spacious and has a stepped ceiling. The bathroom has two separate vanities, an enclosed toilet for privacy, and a soaking tub, and already has a large walk-in closet, even without moving the utility room. Sharing a personal space like a bedroom and bathroom is easiest when you have room, and the design of the San Gabriel’s master suite gives you exactly that.
Back at the foyer, the short hallway to the right branches off into two bedrooms and a full bathroom. The bedroom closer to the entrance can be turned into a study, adding another door to the foyer.
Another option adds an extra bedroom at the end of the hallway. Whether you just want a single guest room or have a growing family, these living quarters can be customized to fit your needs.
Looking for a little extra space? Add the optional upstairs bonus room. This area is almost as large as the family room, and gives you a quiet, private area away from the rest of the home. It can become anything you need – whether it’s a learning environment for young kids, a craft or hobby room, or a game room filled with couches, chairs, tables, and shelves.
Some other options for the San Gabriel add more convenience for you and your guests. A powder room can be added across from the entrance to the kitchen to keep the shared bathroom in the living quarters more private.
For a larger space to enjoy meals, the dining area can be lengthened, adding almost 70 square feet of space.