Ranch style homes have always been popular for their accommodating one-story layouts. The McAllister takes the idea of main-floor living and gives it a thoughtful makeover for modern families, balancing wide-open, casual spaces with just the right amount of formal space. The kitchen, great room and breakfast nook flow together to create a space that’s perfect for entertaining. And a separate dining room invites more sit-down meals with family and dinner parties that continue well into the evening. Tour the beautiful McAllister today at our Akron Medina office.
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With its open layout, the McAllister provides plenty of space for entertaining. This three-bedroom, two-bath home is featured in the Classic elevation and features a steep roof with CertainTeed Lifetime dimensional shingles. Cypress Creek siding and stone wainscot increases the home’s curb appeal. The garage is shown as a side-entry with additional square footage, making it 24’ x 24’. Inside, 5¼” base trim is throughout the home and all windows have been jambed and cased. The finished basement stairs include a beautiful stained oak handrail and newel post with painted spindles. The great room is highlighted by a direct vent fireplace with a 6’8” x 4’8” stone face and barn beam mantle. The redesigned kitchen features Aristokraft Sinclair birch umber stained cabinets with Wilsonart HD laminate countertops and a service ledge, making it perfect for entertaining. The kitchen also shows a Pfister Nia single control faucet at the sink and Lita stainless steel pot filler at the stove. The large master suite includes a spacious walk-in closet with a pocket door. The master bathroom features a large 32” x 60” tile shower with a Saxton brushed nickel shower faucet and a nickel clear glass swinging door, creating a relaxing retreat. The master bath also shows an Aristokraft Sinclair birch umber stained double vanity with an HD laminate countertop and china sinks. A 12” x 36” transom window has been added over the tile shower, allowing plenty of natural light in the area. Before you leave, be sure to check out the full basement with 8’ poured foundation walls, and plumbing lines for a future ¾ bathroom and a future bar sink.