The Camaret Plan-Open, European

What draws your glance towards a home- the exterior? The style? Or perhaps, it is the roofline. Then again, it may be all three that finally make your eyes settle and say, yes, this European home with three-car garage is for me. The Camaret Plan-Open, European is another European design by Living Concepts. And yes, it does have an interesting roofline. The front photo shows the brick and stone exterior. Arched windows with wooden shutters help to complete that historic look.

The Camaret Plan-Open, European

The Camaret has a three-car garage located on the right side of the home. Inside, the main living and dining areas are on the first floor, while the master suite and remaining bedrooms are upstairs. There are four full bathrooms and one powder room.

The Camaret Plan-Open, European

The Camaret Plan-Open, European

    The First Floor- The Garage and Laundry Room

First, the three-car garage (our December focus) has a door on the far wall that goes into our side or backyard. A storage room with a door is found inside the garage. This area is perfect for securing items you might need but do not necessarily want inside the home. Then, inside the garage and on the far right, there is the door that enters into the home.

Straight ahead are lockers where you can drop those bags carried in and toss those shoes. (You could also just put them on a shoe tray nearby). To your right is the laundry room. It includes a utility sink and countertops, plus room to move around. Open? Yes! Next, turning left, there is a reach-in closet and a powder room.

The Camaret Plan-Open, European

     The First Floor-The Portico and Beyond

First, the word portico is Italian in origin. It means that there are columns and a covered area, what we Southerners like to call a “covered porch.” The portico on the Camaret is slightly off-center, to the left. Upon entering the home this way, from the foyer, your formal dining room will be on the right. Then, to your left, is the living room. This could instead be your guest suite, complete with a full bathroom (toilet, single sink, and a walk-in shower). You have the option of adding a door if you decide this room is best used as a guest suite. From the foyer to the dining room to the living room- open.

Next, the stairs going up to the second floor are on your right. A reach-in closet is under the stairs. The family room occupies the left corner of the first floor. Built-in shelves are on either side of the fireplace. This area is also open to the kitchen and the breakfast rooms. Another plus? The family room opens up onto the outside patio.

The kitchen includes a large island, comfy enough for seating here. The dishwasher and double sink are on the island. The range is on the right wall while the larger appliances will be situated along the wall closest to the stairs. The dining room is open all the way to the kitchen, with a walk-in pantry on your right. There are also countertops/cabinets here for extra storage. Finally, on the first floor, the breakfast room faces your backyard. It, too, has a door going to the outside.

second floor

The Camaret Plan-Open, European

     The Second Floor-The Bedroom Suites and Master Suite

First, once upstairs and walking forwards, suite #2 will be straight ahead. It has a walk-in closet and attic access. It shares the bath with suite #3, which also has a walk-in closet. Inside the bathroom, there are two sinks, a toilet, and a walk-in shower. Then, the bonus room at the right end of the second floor also includes attic access. Could this be another bedroom suite or guest room? Yes, because it shares a bath with suite #4, which has a single sink, toilet and shower/tub.

Then, walking towards the left side of the home, you pass by a reach-in closet, which is in a just-right spot for storing extra bath essentials. Continue walking, and you are at the master suite. Once inside the sleeping area, a nook is on your left. Take a sharp right, and you are inside the master bath. 

Finally, there are two sinks in here separated by counter space for the needed elbow room, plus there is storage planned for underneath. You will also find an enclosed toilet, a garden tub, walk-in shower and a spacious walk-in closet.

The Camaret Plan-Open, European


Looking for an open floor plan is not difficult. You want privacy where it is needed but also to be able to walk from room to room in the living areas without having narrow passages or multiple doors. A bonus is having the design beautiful from the outside to the inside. Those are just a few reasons you will want to purchase the Camaret plan. Be sure to click on the green button that says add to cart and begin planning this next adventure!





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