The Parade version of our most popular home, The Dream 2000, located in Richfield. The Craftsman/Victorian exterior looks like something out of a children's storybook. Note our side porch which acts as both a front and back yard deck.
A closer look at the Richfield's Parade version of the dream 2000. Note the gutter downspout location add detailing to the façade. The sidewalk ramps up to a no-step entry.
The Dream 2000 11x22 foot side porch features trellis ceiling and a 55 inch television built into the wall window.
A second view of The Dream 2000 Great Room shows how the design allows someone to walk through the room without needing to walk through the guest lounge area. The nearly 7 foot island easily seats 4 and there is even a 16 foot super walk-in pantry version.
There's room enough for 3 full couches and 6 to 8 dinette chairs in the Great Room of the (Parade version) Dream 2000. Miracle's décor invention of drywall "curtains" and mock-valances, allows wonderful lighting effects to surround the room. Note the plaster crown molding. A unique air wall device is hidden but allows the patio door to be left open.
The optional 3 bedroom (4 is standard) variation of The Dream 2000 expands the Master Bedroom to nearly 19 feet in length. Note the mini-tray relief ceiling an the large dresser alcove. Mixing dark furniture with white woodwork adds drama.
The Dream 2000 finished basement option was further detailed for the Parade of Homes model. Note the added riser platform which allows viewing to the 8 foot billiards table and can be a second theatre seating level if the billiards table is opted for more seating. The concrete basement wall optioned a brick pattern to be revealed in wall insets for a retro-look.