The Eastwood Floorplan in Stucco by Landon Homes at Richwoods in Frisco might be the GREATEST Model Home on the Planet!


Eastwood Floorplan by Landon Homes

The Eastwood Floorplan by Landon Homes incorporates everything a new home buyer wants in Frisco!

I’m serious. 

The Landon Homes Eastwood Floorplan should be on any buyers list to stroll through this weekend at Richwoods in Frisco! 
 

Eastwood Floorplan

Eastwood Floorplan

 

(Pictures do not do this one justice. I have done my best, but I highly suggest taking a look.)

Clearly, looking at the exterior pic at the beginning, the Stucco and tile roof colors just work. The up-downs on the roof pitches and multiple down lights ,I’m sure, add to the overall appeal. My ONLY recommendation to Landon would be to take the divided light windows out entirely in the front, and the exterior then would be perfection!

 

The entry opens to a 6.5 foot wide two story hallway with a spiral staircase to an upstairs bridge area overlooking the two story great room. 

To the left before the stairs, there is a dedicated study, oversized utility room with mud bench and guest bedroom with a full bath and walk in closet. Continuing back through the entry, the long dining room takes you to the butlers pantry on the right and a second staircase to the left before the kitchen. 
  

The kitchen is large with plenty of room for seating at the island and cabinets are everywhere. Breakfast nook is perfectly placed towards the back of the kitchen with oversized walk-in pantry and a smaller second office area/homework station before the back wall. 

The two story great room is almost 18 feet by 20 with a fireplace in the corner and wall of windows in the back by the patio. Covered Patio is around 17 feet by 9 feet. Powder bath is perfectly placed between the curved staircase and the great room. 

  

From the Great room, the Master bedroom is huge at 15 feet by 16 feet with views of the backyard and connected to the master bath through French doors. 

  

It’s a cozy master bedroom size, where a lot of builders try to create a sitting area which most buyers do not even use.  

  

Master Baths are not always functional, but this layout really works! Again, it’s a cozy size and space is used very well. The Master closet has a”non-over the top” look and locates the boxes at the ends with hanging rods on both sides. 

  

Upstairs is amazing! I have never seen it before. Ever. 

So not only does Landon incorporate around a 19 foot by 21 foot open gameroom, but on both sides there are options for either a media room or a 6th bedroom and bath. Towards the front of the gameroom there is a 19 by 12 foot “Kid Zone” which Landon dubbed it and it REALLY makes sense. From small toddlers to teenagers, this space will be used, for sure! 

  

Here’s where Landon really uses its second floor space and makes this Floorplan 100% functional. Too many builders try to squeeze the bedrooms upstairs in at a 11 foot by 14 foot rectangle and connect the Jack and Jill bathrooms to as many rooms as possible to save on less bathrooms. 

Well, all 3 secondary bedrooms are not only OVERSIZED but they ALL have their own bathroom! WOW! (Might be the number 1 complaint from buyers regarding the size of the secondary bedrooms.)

Maybe it’s Landon Homes designer, but all 3 rooms felt enormous with all 3 including walk in closets. There is one in the front of the house tucked away and the other two can be accessed across the bridge from the gameroom to an oversized hallway about 9 feet by 6 feet. 

  

(I just had to show the exterior again!)

Overall, the Eastwood Plan is exactly what every buyer that I have ever spoken to in my 13 year real estate career describes as their wants and need combined. 

GO. LOOK. TODAY! 

You will not be disappointed!

  

BRAD HOLDEN – HOLDEN NEW HOMES – LICENSED TEXAS REAL ESTATE BROKER

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