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My Dream Home
Sonya L. Beal
Virginia College

My Dream Home

My dream home will be an Old Mill Brick Ranch style home. I want my dream home to be a place of gathering for family and friends. I want my home to be approximately 2,500 to 3,000 square feet. I want Brazilian hard wood floors throughout except for in the bedrooms, kitchen, and bathrooms. I want a 3 car garage with customized garage doors. I want 3 bedrooms and 3 ½ bathrooms including master suite.
One of the key focal points of my dream home will be the kitchen. I must have a huge eat in kitchen with a center island with bar stools surrounding the island. I want cherry wood cabinets with nickel hardware. I want stainless steel appliances with built in dual ovens, double door refrigerator, dishwasher, garage disposal and a wine cooler. I want a neutral tumbled stone and glass tile for my back splash.
My two guest rooms will be equal in size to each other. I want walk in closets in both bedrooms. I want neutral colored walls in both bedrooms. I would like neutral color in carpet in each of the bedrooms. The walls would need to be painted a Quiver tan.
My master suite will be the little retreat away from it all. I would like a sitting area with an electric or gas fireplace. I want and need a huge walk in closet and dressing room with built-ins. My master retreat walls I would want a mushroom in color. The floors in the master retreat will be a neutral Berber carpet. I want double doors entering into the master bedroom. I want cathedral ceilings in my master bedroom.
My dream home will be my “HOME SWEET HOME”. A place where I can come home and relax from a hectic day or just my little oasis. My dream home doesn’t have to be this huge luxurious home. It just have to be a home to where I and my family feel comfortable and safe. I would surely enjoy that beautiful peace and comfort in owning my Dream Home in which I have just described.

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