Craftsmanship Shines in Sitterle Model Home
July 04, 2019
The craftsmanship that made Sitterle Homes famous when they began building more than 50 years ago still imbues every home they build today — including their fabulous Craftsman-style model home in Veranda.
The spectacular Carmel plan takes the best features of 20th century Craftsman-style architecture — low-pitched gabled roofs, stone details, columns and wood siding — and combines them with sophisticated 21st century interior features to create a truly unique home.
Spacious rooms are dominated by walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. The study is crowned by an elegant coffered ceiling. Whimsical items such as a stand-alone tub in the master bath and a barn door leading to the powder bath lend a timeless appeal to the model home.
Special attention has been paid to the style and configuration of the kitchen which features both open shelves and spacious cabinets. Evocative of artisan-crafted furniture, the island offers table seating for guests without sacrificing preparation space.
Other features of the home include an upstairs game room with a storage closet, a formal dining room and a study. The expansive patio can easily be parsed to create multiple conversational spaces or a kitchen and dining area.
Having begun as a custom home builder, Sitterle understands that buyers are looking for one-of-a-kind, not cookie cutter designs — which is why they offer 11 floor plans in the Veranda Porch series. Designs range from 3,000 to 3,900 square feet and are situated on large 65-foot homesites. Homes are priced from the $400,000s.
Stop by the Sitterle model home today and talk to a sales representative about incentives the builder is offering for the month of July. Then take a tour — you’re sure to fall in love with Sitterle and Veranda.