Why should master suites have all the fun (and square footage)? Families with older kids, live-in relatives, or frequent guests will appreciate the extra elbow room given to the secondary bedrooms in these great designs.

Versatile and Practical

This beautiful brick-and-stone rustic home features a striking timber-beam gabled front porch and an open floor plan. The great room impresses visitors with its high 12-foot ceiling and openness to the spacious kitchen. After eating in the open dining room, head out to the screened porch or enjoy cool evenings by the fireplace on the grilling porch. The kitchen offers a prep island as well as plenty of counter space and a peninsula bar. The master suite displays a gas fireplace and multiple windows for natural lighting while the bath boasts a corner whirlpool tub, a glass shower, dual vanities, and a huge walk-in closet that doubles as a safe room. Two more bedrooms share a bathroom on the right side of the house. Don't miss the versatile study/media room. See more images, information, and the floor plan.

Home Office for Each Partner

This contemporary one-story home offers a spacious floor plan. Two rooms off of the foyer can be used as needed, whether for office space, media viewing, or hobbies. Straight ahead, the vaulted great room and dining room combination is perfect for entertaining. To the left of the dining room, the open kitchen is convenient and allows for easy conversation from room to room. Both sides of the home where the bedrooms reside open to the covered deck. All bedrooms are vaulted, giving them an open, airy feel. See more images, information, and the floor plan.