The Lake Bay was designed as Miracle's First "little-Big" house and uses an array of unique shapes to fit a tremendous level of living space in it's compact 1.600 square foot framework. This home was Miracle's first to introduce the story and a half tall rear wall of windows. Notice how the use of angles allows a small triangular sitting place in the foyer. The angles have a special wall area which puts your dining room hutch facing directly at the foyer from across the room which seemingly "invites" you into the home. The triangular shaped master has a small entry foyer allowing a spouse to use a dresser , bathroom and closet without entering the sleeping area, or awaking the other spouse.
There are two master walk-in closets in a 1600 sqare foot ranch!
There is a wonderful built-in 7 foot long computer desk that is semi-private with loads of file drawers and cabinets. This makes the bedroom hallway double as a small study area. You can use a desk computer and still look up to see a perfect view of the great room's television thanks to an ingenious wall opening over the desk which is open yet still affords visual privacy to the desk from the great room.
The basement was conceived to be the perfect finished arrangement making a finished basement possible without needing to move mechanicals or beams.
Note the audio-video alcove hidden away under the display platform near the desk area.
With a dining area very suitably sized for up to 10(it is nearly 17 feet long), a curved kitchen counter suitable to seat 8, and 3 couch areas, the great room could seat up to 27 . Truly, this has earned the Miracle heading of bing a true 'Little-Big house '.