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The Allen custom home in Reading, PA, was built with an open-concept living space in mind. This Berks County home consists of 2,824 square feet of living space with four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a half bath. The homeowners came to us as a second-generation family to build a home with us here at Corrado Custom Homes, Inc. We were more than happy to oblige! The homeowners designed their own home plan using Microsoft Powerpoint and were so amazed that we were able to work with that plan and build their dream home. 

We used a variety of materials on the outside of the front side of the home, including vinyl siding, stucco, and stone. We installed numerous windows around the home to bring in as much natural light as possible. 

As you enter the home, the open foyer welcomes guests. From here, you can see the great room, the stairs leading up to the second floor with a second-floor overlook, and the kitchen and dining room. 

This beautiful kitchen features dark-stained maple cabinetry that is brightened up by the white quartz countertops, the white backsplash, and an oversize window above the kitchen sink to bring in sunlight. The generous kitchen island has the capability to seat the whole family and aid in their making of delicious homemade treats!

The two-story great room features multiple windows and a gas fireplace on one wall. The fireplace was custom-designed by the homeowners, incorporating a fun, hexagonal tile with wood surround and a barn beam mantle. 

The den’s entry doors have fritted glass to add some seclusion into the large office space and craft room area. 

The dining room has four-lite patio doors leading outside and a chandelier supplied by the homeowner. 

Upstairs, the second-floor hallway leads toward the master suite. The master bathroom features a double bowl vanity with painted cabinets, cultured marble countertops, and custom-supplied mirrors. We custom-designed the tub and shower with fun herringbone-patterned tile surrounding the tub, and subway tile in the shower, with a touch of the herringbone tile in the shower niche to tie the room together.