Today's buyers all seem to want an open floor plan. Whether planning for kids doing homework while preparing dinner or throwing a cocktail party, homeowners don't want to be disconnected from everyone else when they head to the kitchen.
Builders recognize this preference. Rather than buiding homes with many separate rooms, new homes have an open design. Single story homes, ranch floor plans, are now built with a Great Room which is open to the kitchen and dining area rather than having living and family rooms which are closed off from the kitchen and dining room.
However, there is a trade off in these new home designs. Great room ranch floor plans almost always have just one living space rather than both a family room and living room or study. They often have just a breakfast room and lack a formal dining room. Plus, most of the great room ranches have only 3 bedrooms on the main floor.
Buyers needing more space but desire single floor living have very few options.
1932 Crampton Court in Scarborough Subdivision:
Buyers who want a 4 bedroom ranch with an open floor plan should take a good look at the home just listed in Scarborough subdivision. Located in Parkway West High School boundaries, the subdivision is very popular and a good investment.
Listed for $364,900, the house is totally updated and ready for a new family.