Main floor master house plans combine the advantages of single level living with the space and style of multilevel designs.
Most of the new homes in Tampa Bay that we build have stairs (slide not included). Many people enjoy having the separation of space and like the styling of our two story homes. Our new model home, the Domain Homes Discovery Center, that will be finished later this month, features a wide open living space downstairs with all the bedrooms upstairs. Others prefer main floor master house plans. There are many reasons that a main floor master suite makes sense. For example, parents with older kids might appreciate the privacy of having bedrooms on separate floors. People who are planning to retire in the home can live on just the main level and still have space for guests to stay upstairs.
A main floor master suite affords the convenience of not having to go up and down stairs. Domain offers a few main floor master house plans. Currently, we have three new homes in Pinellas Park that feature main floor master plans. The Dunlin II plan is open, light and bright downstairs. The family room and dining room are combined and the kitchen is spacious and features beautiful granite countertops. The master suite is generous and offers a soaking tub with separate shower, dual sinks, and a huge walk-in closet. Upstairs there are two additional bedrooms, a full bath, a laundry room, and a very nice bonus room. It also has a finished, attached 2-car garage.
These new homes in Pinellas Park, priced in the mid-200s, are just about move-in ready. Monthly payments should be less than rent for a house like this. Unfortunately Domain Homes doesn’t offer a cool slide to skip the steps, but we do have some super house plans that you’ll like. Visit DomainHomes.com to see more and be sure to check out 6890 5oth St, Pinellas Park for a main floor master Dunlin II plan. Call now for the details, 813-413-4154. Ask about closing cost assistance from Domain through our preferred lender program.