We’re in Love with This Open Floor Plan in Loveland

120 Mission Court, $689,000

Sometimes you just want space. This generously-sized home is located just near the heart of Loveland, meaning you get the walkable suburban perks (hello, Graeter’s) while holding onto the larger-than-normal lot and woods that come up to your backyard.

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

“Everyone loves the floor plan; it’s the first thing they comment on when they enter the house,” says listing agent Maureen Lintz.

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

It’s not hard to see why. The first floor has a completely open floor plan, along with high ceilings and an abundance of windows, making this home feel light and airy—even if you have it packed to the gills with friends and family. And go ahead and pack it full: It was built with families in mind. The house features built-in cubbies, a lower-level media area, and open space on the second floor that can serve as a playroom, homework area, or hangout space, depending on your needs.

The kitchen is pretty enough to star on HGTV, and the stainless steel appliances make it effective enough to land a stint on the Food Network. With a butler’s pantry, a counter bar, and a wine cooler, yours will definitely be the fun house on the block.

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

The house has six beds and six bathrooms, so you’ll never have to worry about fighting over mirror time again—although the whirlpool in the master bath may start some arguments.

Photograph by Chris Farr, The First Showing, LLC; staging by Nest Home Staging and Design ; Courtesy Coldwell Banker

When that happens, just send everyone out to the hot tub on the back deck. Problem solved.

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