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Built for Kids: Florida Luxury Home Has 9 Bedrooms, 11 Bathrooms, Plus 10 Extra Bunk Beds

This charming cottage style luxury home on Dandelion Drive has plenty of room to grow your family – or extended family. With nine bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, there will be no waiting in line. And one of the coolest features of the house? Five of the nine bedrooms have extra bunk beds built in – they look like railway sleeper cars. Perfect for juvenile sleep overs (can you imagine all five of your kids having sleepovers at once?) but also perfect for relatives who visit on holidays with young children. And each of the nine bedrooms has an ensuite – of course. Many of them have private patios. And the whole house overlooks Western Lake in the town of Santa Rosa Beach in the Florida panhandle.
This stunning southern home has three levels and a two-car garage.

The main level opens to a spacious living area – the house has some well-chosen light fixtures.
And it has the most gorgeous deck space – to take advantage of the views across Western Lake.
The five pairs of double glass doors allow for natural light.
The layout is open, the mood is decidedly country casual. The dining area has another cool fixture and look at the size of that fridge!
In fact, look at the whole kitchen. A chef’s delight. And all open to the social zone – great for family holidays and vacations.
The backsplash adds some punch to the sedate color palette.
Did we mention the pool?
There are social zones all over the house. The main floor also has a guest suite and a playroom. Don’t you love the coral-look fixture? Perfect for a beach town!
The stairway itself features a fantastic chandelier fixture that drips down the stairwell.
The second floor also has a playroom (was this house built for kids, or what?), plus two spacious guest rooms with ensuites with private balconies, an office and an extensive master suite.
The third floor features a gathering area, plus five bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms.
And all five bedrooms have built-in bunks – don’t they look like railroad sleeper cars? And the charming light fixtures continue.
Each room is slightly different.
Can you just imagine the sleepover parties the kids could have? They’d be the talk of the school.
Some of the rooms on the top floor have a balcony.
What kid wouldn’t love to pull the curtain and sleep in their own private room?
The decks are a large part of the house – nothing says The South better than sitting on the covered porch watching the sun set.
The stairwell is impressive when viewed from the top floor.
The dipping pool is perfect for those sultry southern evenings.
What a perfect family home. Christmas, Easter, summer vacation – come on down, y’all. This marvelous gathering place is for sale. Please see Zillow for further details.


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