The Fontaine Boasts Plenty of Room
December 01, 2021
Working from home, getting schoolwork done, entertaining and finding a little privacy — today’s families need more room than ever. They also need those rooms to be flexible with the ability to change as their needs change. Enter the Fontaine floor plan by David Weekley Homes.
The largest design the builder offers in Grand Central Park, the Fontaine is packed with sophisticated touches that improve the way you live.
Understanding that the kitchen is the nerve center of the home, David Weekley made sure it was spacious. The beautifully proportioned space is large enough for families to share cooking duties without tripping over each other. A presentation island is the perfect frame for Sunday brunch. Plenty of counterspace, a pantry and lots of cupboards keeps kitchen clutter to a minimum. Of special note is the built-in planning desk. Located in a nook near the patio door, the desk is available as a homework center or a data center for working from home.
For family time, the kitchen opens to a large dining area and a delightful family room backlit by a wall of windows. A lovely high ceiling enhances the space as well as creating a clear demarcation between kitchen and dining area. A built-in sidebar is available for dishes, linens and glassware.
Homeowners can also choose to add French doors to a flex room near the front of the home to create a Zoom room for private conference calls. If a study isn’t needed, the room can serve as a formal living room, music room or exercise room. One thing the flex room doesn’t need to be is a guest room as there is already a guest suite on the first floor.
A bay window in the bedroom of the primary suite adds space enough for a seating arrangement or treadmill. The beautiful primary bath features a large soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed sower, dual vanities and a spacious walk-in closet.
Upstairs, a lofty entertainment area is a playground for adults and children. Equip it with cozy chairs and a television to create a media room, add bookcases for a library or turn it into a children’s playroom.
Homeowners can choose to add options such as additional bedrooms or an extra garage bay.
The Fontaine is priced from the mid $440,000s. It is one of nine designs David Weekley offers in Grand Central Park. Homes range from 2,271 to 3,386 square feet and are priced from the high $370,000s. Design features include studies, island kitchens, covered patios and large primary suites.
Visit the David Weekley model home in Grand Central Park to see if the Fontaine or any of the other beautiful floor plans the builder offers is right for your family.