All the Room in the World

In a kitchen, storage space can sometimes be at a premium, as the kitchen sometimes becomes the hub of the entire home. Kids do homework at the kitchen table and often times parties wind up in the kitchen. Bills are often paid at the kitchen table, and we've all had our morning coffee leaning on the kitchen counter. So when we designed this kitchen, we wanted it to give you everything you needed in a food preparation and informal entertainment capacity.

Classical Cues

The formal dining room is another example of how the Pembrooke can be your canvas, whether your palette is traditional or contemporary. While the layout is open, it maintains traditional base elements like the opening foyer, the staircase to the second floor, and the look into the formal dining room to your right and the living room to your left.

Contemporary Take

Classic styling cues like this moulding arrangement are among the many fine features of the Pembrooke, and is an example of the attention to detail in each Homeway Home we build.

Stepping into Your Space

The family room, which is nicely sectioned away from the more formal entertainment areas, allows for a good flow, but at the same time offers a stopping and starting point for decor. It can be difficult to do, but every Homeway Home is designed to give just enough indication of those starting and stopping points.

Bold Choices Start Here

Upstairs, the bedrooms are very roomy, which allows for more bold color choices. with this kind of room it's easy to make your little princess' own fairytale kingdom ...

Bold Choices Start Here

... or your future All-Star's hang out without getting claustrophbic.

Convenience Reigns Supreme

Including downstairs, the Pembrooke boasts 2 1/2 baths, all with enough space for any size family. We know you'll love the convenience, and guess will really be impressed with the quality.

It's All About The Flow

Traffic flow from the upstairs to downstairs is easily handled with an open and spacious stairwell that includes solid wood bannister railing and individualized hallway/entryway lighting. With four bedrooms upstairs, the layout is very centralized and allows good access across the board.

Who Needs a Hotel?

A master suite that strikes you with the luxury of space as soon as you walk in. We devoted a full wing of the second floor to the Master Suite, and we think you'll agree the space is well spent.

A Vacation Getaway!

With a gorgeus set of windows all around you, light just bathes the room when the curtains are drawn. The master bath is nestled around the corner and is the perfect setting for your own little spa getaway.