Creating a Spacious Home Skogman Homes
Spacious. Light. Airy. These are just a few of the adjectives that aptly describe the beautiful new “Woodbridge” floor plan design by Skogman Homes at 2954 Brookfield Drive in Marion. The home sits majestically in a quiet neighborhood off of East Robins Road and is part of Linn-Mar School district. It has four bedrooms, two and a half baths and 2275 total square feet of finished space. From the exterior, it is richly ordained with lamp fixtures overhanging the garage, carriage door handles and black and white horizontal siding that gives it a rural feel, despite the suburban setting. As you step into the entry, the 18’ cathedral ceiling is lit with a bronze circular lighting fixture with teardrop bulbs around the perimeter. It is eye-catching, to say the least. Past the stairway to the left there is a nook, perfect for your Christmas tree next year.
The main level opens up to the living area, with an electric fireplace on the left wall. White shiplap goes up to the ceiling above the fireplace and three windows on the far wall add to the spacious feeling of the room. A grayish tan colored plush carpet covers the living area, while engineered hardwood is installed on the rest of the main level. The finish on the flooring is matte, so that stains aren’t easily noticeable and the neutral wood tone ties the space altogether. The kitchen area has an island with white cupboards and counters, a microwave over the stove and a huge nine-foot pantry. The pantry door is a special knotty pine of Alder wood. The island is spacious for meal planning and is lit with clear fleck-crystal canister lights. The deep sink in the center has the dishwasher on one side and trash/recycle on the other. Behind the stove is a white herringbone tile backsplash that adds depth with its angular lines. To the right off the kitchen is the drop zone/mud room, but this one has its own door - so you can close the space off from the garage entry, if necessary. Next to the mud room in the back hall, is a powder room also. Off the dining area is a sliding glass door that leads to the deck and the backyard.
The last feature on the main level - a big bonus for any young family - is the flex room, to the right, before the kitchen. Entering through the double doors, it can be used as an office, toy room or even a workout room. Heading up the stairs, the upper level is fully carpeted with lighting on the stairs going up and down. At the top of the stairs is a linen closet and the first of four bedrooms. All have ample closet space, white 5 ¼ inch baseboards and sliding closet doors. In between two of the bedrooms is a bath with dual sinks, a custom framed mirror and tile floor. There is a pocket door that separates the shower/stool from the sinks for privacy. Completing the upper level at the end of the hall is the convenience of the laundry room next to the master suite. The master closet has ample his and hers space and measures about 6 x 8. The master bath is light and airy with a textured tile floor called linen, dual sinks and a spacious shower area.
Other features in the home include a fresh air intake system that can be set to cycle automatically, a built-in humidifier, water softener system and a passive Radon mitigation.
All these amenities are sure to make your family feel comfy and cozy in your new home! For more information contact Jessie Arp @ 319.450.2989 or online @ skogmanhomes.com.