There’s a lot of room to live in the San Jacinto
. This floor plan is centered on a spacious and inviting family room, with up to five total bedrooms and many options to customize the design to fit your needs.
As soon as you enter the San Jacinto, the foyer opens to the left into a formal dining room with an extra entrance to the kitchen. Looking ahead, you can see the oversize windows at the back of the family room. The dining room and family room both have beautiful cedar box beam ceilings, with cedar accents in the kitchen as well.
The kitchen is separated from the family room by a counter with a very long raised eating bar. Your guests will often find their host here, preparing meals and taking in the wide view of the activities in the family room. There’s a long island in the center, and in the back, a quiet breakfast nook surrounded by windows.
Around the corner from the kitchen, there’s a flex room, a powder room, and a utility room. The utility room has space for an extra freezer and lots of cabinets to help you keep things organized. In our model home for the San Jacinto, the flex room is set up as a study. As one of the quietest rooms in the home, it’s a great place for a home office.
Going back through the family room, you’ll find a hallway leading into the master bedroom at the back. Double doors in the corner of the bedroom open into the bathroom, which is the highlight of the master suite. It features a luxurious corner soaking tub with vanities on either side. There’s a small walk-in shower and a walk-in closet in one corner, and an enclosed toilet in the other.
Three other bedrooms with a shared bathroom are connected by a hallway at the front of the home. If you don’t need the space, you can remove a bedroom from this area. This moves the entrance to the master suite to the same hallway.
Another option changes the bedroom near the foyer into a study, and adds a Jack & Jill style bathroom between the two remaining bedrooms.
Looking for more living space instead of less? We’ll turn the flex room on the left side of the home into a bedroom, and convert the powder room into a full bathroom.
Another option converts the flex room and dining room into an entire guest suite, complete with its own separate bathroom. These are great options if you expect to have family and friends staying over often, or if you want a way to give your older teen more independence and privacy.
The San Jacinto is an inspiring home, and it’s even more impressive in person. Take a moment today to schedule a tour of our model in Spring
, and let us know how we can make this design perfect for you!