The James Michener


The James Michener has taken the best of the traditional and designed it to meet the demanding lifestyles of today’s homebuyer. As you enter the James Michener, the Foyer welcomes you in with gracious columns and an airy lightness. To the right, the Dining Room, with its optional tray ceiling, is perfect for more formal entertaining. To the left is the Living Room; or choose instead the Study, set apart from the Foyer by double French doors. You can even choose a first-floor Bedroom with a full bath. Straight ahead, an arched opening pulls your eye past the turned stair with its dramatic half-round window and into the spacious and welcoming Family Room, featuring a wall of windows. Add a corner fireplace or side fireplace for warmth and drama, and don’t forget the Morning Room for even more space and a covered porch. The Family Room is open to the Dinette and Kitchen – a gourmet’s paradise with plenty of cabinet and counter space, an optional center island and a huge walk-in pantry. A butler’s pantry sits between the Kitchen and Dining Room to make entertaining even easier.

Upstairs, the James Michener offers four large bedrooms and a handy 2nd floor laundry. The Owner’s Bedroom is a magnificent retreat, set off by double doors and featuring a gigantic walk-in closet and a bath with dual vanities and a compartmentalized W/C. Or choose to upgrade to a separate soaking tub and shower, or even a corner tub – it’s like having your own private spa! And there’s no need to sacrifice luxury for the sake of more space – simply choose the optional third floor and you can add another bedroom with an en suite bath. Several different bonus room options are also available, depending on the garage selected.

In many areas, the James Michener is available with a finished lower level that can include a home office and a basement bath. Elevations are available in a selection of brick and siding, and all feature an optional covered entry way or porch. Some area offer side or rear attached garages.


  1. love this, did you write this yourself? If so, you have talent. As I'm sure you can tell I struggle in the writing department, but I try.

    1. HA! I wish, this is a cut and paste from Ryan Homes website :)

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