YAUGIN, RUD. – You can see the influence of Craftsman on the appearance of Artandale, from the use of shingles in the ends of the pediment to the stone columns. The separation of the blocks is visible even from the street, only the wall of the garages into two cars in common.
Each Artondale block is identical, so only one will be described.
Thin pillars with wide stone foundations frame the front door. The covered porch is cozy but welcoming. Inside the entrance there is a coat closet directly inside the front door and opens onto the living room or staircase leading to the second floor.
The main floor is filled with a large room. The living room, dining room and kitchen are fully open, allowing people and conversations to flow between the three spaces. The bar extends from the kitchen, providing some visual separation, adding to the available seating. Sliding glass doors from the kitchen open onto the covered patio. The hallway, which stretches from the large room, leads behind a closet to store up to half the bathroom, laundry and access to an attached garage for two cars.
The two-story plan has all three bedrooms on the second floor, providing a good separation between the living space and the sleeping area. A staircase separates the master set from the two secondary bedrooms. The utility suit is well equipped and decorated with a vaulted ceiling. Pocket doors slide to reveal the wardrobe, and at the back of the suite is a private bathroom.
Each room is conveniently located with a living area of just under 1,500 square feet, so it’s easy to see why Artondale is a great duplex design.
Artondale 60-059 was created by a talented team of residential designers from Associated Designs, Inc. To learn more about this design, visit www.AssociatedDesigns.com.