This Victorian style "courtyard" house is a roomy three-bedroom home with a country-style porch.
From the entrance porch, double wrought-iron gates greet the visitors and allow them to immediately
see through the garden, the lanai, and the informal living area. This open plan defines the "courtyard"
feature of the house. Upon entering the gates, the wooden main door on the
left welcomes you to a cozy living room with a big bay window. A staircase leads you to a family hall,
which is convertible to a veranda thru its sliding glass windows. This family
hall-cum-veranda overlooks to a charming garden below.
Another nice aspect of this house is the privacy provided by the den, which is
completely separated from the main part of the residence but housed under the same roof.
Situated on a corner lot, this house with a developed area of 3000 square feet has
the Victorian turret as its most prominent feature.
While the design exudes the regal, old-English look, the house uses modern materials
like steel roof framing covered with fiberglass asphalt shingles, and
trellises with polycarbonate sheets. Modular cabinets, an island, and marble countertops
adorn the "open plan" kitchen.