**Prices are subject to change based on cost of labor and material fluctuation at time of agreement**
**BONUS ROOM – This home has an unfinished second floor with stub-out plumbing and electrical. Tailor the second floor to fit you with your unique flair and choices.
**Pricing is for the skeleton only
*Photos provided by Mark Stewart Home Design
Wyatt – Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp was an American law enforcement officer and businessman who worked in several places in the American West, including Tombstone, Arizona Territory. He took part in the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral, during which lawmen killed three outlaw Cochise County Cowboys.
Lovely Two Story Rustic Ranch House
Few things evoke a feeling of peace and well-being than a well-designed ranch house. The Wyatt has been designed in a rustic style of a well preserved, classic ranch house. Natural materials and finishes keep the exterior grounded in its surroundings, while a comfortable, functional floor plan gives you an easy to maintain and flexible interior.
A charming, understated front porch welcomes you to the front door, through which you’ll be taken into the foyer. The foyer leads you past a decently sized den that easily converts to a third bedroom thanks to the full bathroom right next door. On the left side of the foyer is a utility room that also serves as the garage access. Further into the main floor, you’ll come to the open concept living room/dining room/kitchen. The kitchen design is a L-shape with a huge island overlooking the great room. This arrangement maximizes the usable space and efficiency of the kitchen. The open layout makes entertaining and serving food as easy as possible.
Rounding out the main floor is the lovely main bedroom suite with a dual access walk-in closet at the back. The attached bath offers everything you need, including side by side sinks, full size shower/tub, and a private toilet. Add an optional fireplace to share with both the living room and the main bedroom.
The upper floor gives you plenty of space for additional creative projects via a flex room, a smaller loft space, and a final bedroom with an additional full bath right outside. Last but not least is a front entry two car garage.