Dating to the early 20th century, Craftsmen houses originated in southern California and quickly spread throughout the country, eventually becoming one of the early 20th century’s most beloved architectural styles. Holbrooke features Craftsman quality and Shingle style details and suits today’s homeowners who have vintage sensibilities as well as modern needs. Outside, wood shingles, dovecote, cupola, large windows and stone accents complement the front porch, which welcomes with attractive trim and columns.
Step inside, the 1,900-square-foot main level leading from the foyer into a spacious 17-foot living room with a distinctive raised ceiling leads into a spacious sun room perfect for relaxing at the end of the day when work is done.
An open kitchen and dining area provide a stylish and functional workspace for entertaining large groups. Nearby, the 900-square-foot three-car garage has plenty of storage for lawn equipment and outdoor toys. The upstairs has an additional 1,500 square feet, with a 17 by 17-foot private master suite with a large master bath and two additional family bedrooms with bath. Recreation rules in the 1,200-square-foot lower level, with a family room, 500-square-foot home theater, exercise/play room and an 11-by-14 guest bedroom for family and friends.