In honor of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, we’re pitting our stunning new homes against each other for the ultimate title in Model Face-Off. For a few more weeks, viewers can vote for their favorite model at the bottom of various blogs before the clock runs out.
It all begins with the optional sitting room or sunroom and screened porch. When you walk into this Ryan home, a set of arches gracefully greets you and your family.
Starting from more than 2,100 square feet, this model includes an airy new kitchen and grand dining area. This duo is a combination as perfect as a successful power play.
On the first floor, homeowners will also find a trio of bedrooms. Decorate them with framed, signed jerseys from ice hockey MVPs, and don’t forget the mini goal in the corner. There’s also the owner’s retreat, which comes with an en-suite bath. This includes a double-bowl vanity and oversized shower, or a separate shower and soaking tub as an alternative option.
Each bedroom has plenty of storage space with large closets, so you can neatly put away all of your athletic gear until the next tournament weekend. If you need a little more space for your pads and skates, there’s a bonus bedroom with walk-in closet upstairs.
On this floor, you’ll also find a laundry room that’s big enough for a side-by-side washer and dryer, as well as two baths on the first level and another full bath upstairs.
For even more convenience, this single-family home includes a 2-car garage. This means no more cringing from hockey pucks hitting your windshield when your grandkids visit.
There’s also an enormous basement for optional finishing or storage, if rain keeps the competitive spirit inside for the day.
No matter what your buzzer-beater adventures are, the Brentwood has room for it all. From the high-energy bracket-busting games to those seasonal swifts from your alma mater, this new home is here for every memory.
Having each amenity on the first floor of the Villa is the ultimate MVP treatment. The gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry is perfect for storing all of your post-win snacks and game-time water bottles.
The light and airy great room has enough space to stretch out after you have relived your glory days, and you don’t have to go very far for that well-deserved nap.
Also on the first floor, the owner’s bedroom is everything you could wish for. The space comes with a walk-in closet to hold all of your kids’ old trophies, while the dual-vanity bath is perfect for those mirror-clad pep talks.
If you want your guests to feel at home, decorate the two additional upstairs bedrooms with walk-in closets and hall bath with the same champion-worthy accents. You also get to personalize the loft and flex room.
If you choose Ryan Homes Griffin Hall Villa with the lower level, you’ll receive more than 2,500 square feet. The optional finished recreation room is made for watching college rivalries and professional games. It also comes with options for a study and bath; or leave it empty for massive storage capacity.
No matter which you fancy more, you’re sure to have the best game day party on the block in the Villa model.
Do you have a favorite in this duo? Vote by clicking on the poll below to ensure that your favorite home advances to the next round of Model Face-Off: