We may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post.
Luxurious “Chesapeake IV” by Schumacher Homes
Wow! From the breathtaking exterior to the grandiose interior, this stunning custom home by Schumacher Homes makes a statement.
Discover the Secrets of Earning Big by Touring Homes – Reserve Your Spot Now!
I toured the American Tradition version of the “Chesapeake IV” by Schumacher Homes on a recent trip to Akron, Ohio. This home is a stunning four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home. It offers lots of space, beauty, and comfortable living.
Schumacher Homes boast an extensive collection of home design options. You can buy one of these luxurious homes in several cities in the eastern United States. These homes offer quality construction and energy efficiency. With over 40 custom-model home styles available, you’d be hard-pressed not to find your dream home!
Schumacher Homes Chesapeake IV Floor Plan + Pricing
“Chesapeake IV” Features:
- 4,276 square feet
- 4 bedrooms
- Master Bedroom: 15’0’’ x 20’0’’
- Bedroom 2: 13’0’’ x 15’0’’
- Bedroom 3: 13’0’’ x 15’0’’
- Bedroom 4: 12’0’’x 12’0’’
- 3 1/2 baths
- Two Staircases
- Two Fireplaces
- Covered Back Patio
Price varies according to the area. Some start at around $900,000.Visit Schumacher Homes
Gorgeous, Classic Exterior by Schumacher Homes
The luxurious exterior is breathtaking. The front has stone and brick siding alternating between layers of recesses in the architecture. This gives the home a truly magnificent appearance.
There is a brick pathway leading up to the“Chesapeake IV” by Schumacher Homes. You stop before the door at a small covered entryway. The doorway is tall with a larger window above the door, as well as glass on either side.
The door and shutters are brown. The sides of the house have traditional light gray vinyl siding. There are loads of windows around the home.
Schumacher Homes have exquisitely landscaped the entire lot. As you walk around the property, you can see how massive the home is. The back has a covered porch.
Massive, Luxurious Interior
The first impression of the interior of the Schumacher Homes’ “Chesapeake IV” is that of luxury. This home has loads of space and storage.
It has a beautiful architectural design and endless natural light. It also features gorgeous customizable details.
Spacious First Level
The entryway of the “Chesapeake IV” by Schumacher Homes gives you a glimpse at the grandeur of the home. You see a curved staircase leading up to the second floor.
On either side, you can peak at entrances to other rooms through archways. Tall ceilings, white trim, and beams of sunlight make a statement as you enter the home.
As you enter the home, to the left, there is an entrance to a flex room. You could use the space in many different ways, but the show home has it set up as an office. The ceilings are vaulted with three windows, one looking out to the front of the home, in this space.
The wood floors and wood-paneled walls create a studious mood. This has the feel of an old, 19th-century library.
Formal Dining Room
Across the foyer, through an archway, there is a formal dining room. It is situated near a large triple window facing the front of the home. There is plenty of natural light. An elegant chandelier hangs over the center of the room.
There is plenty of space for a china cabinet, table, chairs, and some other decor. One side of the archway doubles as a column. This space both feels closed-off but also open. There is a view into the great room from here.
Straight ahead out of the dining room, Schumacher Homes has a huge great room set up. The ceilings are vaulted. The back wall is two stories of windows, with sliding glass doors leading out to the covered porch.
To the left, there is a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with a gas insert with stone all around it. There is space around the fireplace where you can decorate.
If you look at the space from the back wall, you get a glimpse of the second staircase, leading up to the second floor. A large arch frames the first level where you can see the dining and foyer.
To the left of the great room, through a hallway, you enter the primary suite of the Schumacher Home’s “Chesapeake IV.”
The first door on the left leads to a massive, primary bathroom. There is a double vanity with a make-up vanity in between under an architectural arch. The cabinets are in a rich wood color with lots of storage.
A huge soaking tub sits beneath a large picture frame window to the back and a crank-out window to the right. The tile around the tub continues the style of the flooring. There are brazed bronze fixtures.
Next to the soaking tub is a large walk-in shower. The tiling continues into the shower and into the shower tray. There is a bench to the right. On the left side is the water closet. There is a linen closet after the shower, and two large walk-in closets to the back.
As you continue down the hall, you enter the primary bedroom. This spacious room has an exposed beam with a cathedral ceiling. There is a square window in the upper area of the back wall letting in some extra light.
On the floor level, there are several more windows on the back wall, which stand out from the other walls. It is white with boards framing it to create texture. Against the left wall, there are two windows framing where the bed sits. On the right wall, there is a glass door that leads to the covered porch.
Exiting back through the hallway and through the great room, there is access to the kitchen. As you pass the other side of the great room staircase, you can see beautiful stonework between the wooden cabinets of the kitchen.
The countertop rolls into the backsplash. There are loads of cabinets. The upper cabinets have two rows of cabinet doors.
This model of Schumacher Homes’ “Chesapeake IV” has stainless steel appliances. A stone surround encompasses the stove and range hood. There is a tile backsplash behind the range.
In the center of the room is a gorgeous island with a raised bar. There is room for one seat on the short end and three seats on the long end. Pendant lights hang over the top of the island. Then, there is an under-mount, double, stainless sink, and dishwasher.
Powder Bath, Mudroom, and Laundry Room
To the right of the kitchen entrance, there is an exit to a hallway. There is a convenient powder bath. From the entrance, you would hang a right after the formal dining room to enter this space.
It has a single vanity with a bowl sink and a toilet. The next stop down the hall is the mudroom with garage access and a coat closet.
The last stop down this hallway is the laundry room. The laundry room includes a wash basin, washer and dryer hookups, and built-in cabinets.
Morning Room and Covered Porch
You go back through your kitchen and take a left. The open space in front of the glass doors leads to the side of the covered porch. This is the morning room with space for breakfast seating. The back of the room has lovely, large windows. Stonework frames the arches surrounding the eating space.
There is access to this from the breakfast nook, the great room, and the primary bedroom. There are recessed lights on the ceiling, some ceiling fans, and a wood-planked ceiling.
The stonework arches at the back of the first level lead to a den with a second fireplace. It has a stone surround and a white mantle. There is a recessed area above the fireplace for a television.
There are three large windows looking out towards the back of this Schumacher Home floor plan.
Second Level: Additional Bedrooms
You can access the second level of the Schumacher Homes’ “Chesapeake IV” either from the foyer or the great room.
The landing at the top has a railing where you can look down at the great room from the upper level. There is a carpeted path leading to the staircase from the foyer on the right.
To the left, there is a loft area and a linen closet in front of one of the bedrooms.
This bedroom has two windows on the back wall. To the right, is a step-in closet with wire shelving.
On the left, there is an en-suite bathroom. The en-suite bathroom includes a single vanity, a toilet, and a tubbed shower.
Next door, there is another same-sized bedroom. There are two windows at the back of the room. A step-in closet sits at the left of the doorway. On the right is the entrance to the bathroom. This bedroom and the final bedroom share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom.
The bathroom has a double vanity next to an entrance to the loft area. There is a linen closet across from the vanity. Then, at the back of the bathroom is the water closet with the toilet and the shower/tub combination. You can exit into the third bedroom.
This is a slightly smaller bedroom sitting at the front of the house. It has a single window to the left side as you enter from the bathroom.
The final bedroom includes double closet doors on the right side with a step-in closet.
Final Thoughts on Schumacher Homes “Chesapeake IV”
Schumacher Homes has done it again with the “Chesapeake IV.” This is a stunning home perfect for a family. Each space is made for comfort and beauty. From the spacious first level to the cozy second level, this home makes a statement.
Next, check out the four-bedroom “West Point” model by Schumacher Homes!