This home was designed for a TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development) planned community in Tuscaloosa Alabama. These homes must be granted approval by a town architect and must be of more traditional styles. This traditionally detailed predominantly brick home welcomes visitors from the neighborhood setting with a large covered front porch. A somewhat formal entry to the foyer adjacent to a study on one side and a dining room on the other opens up to a more contemporary open kitchen and living space as you move into the body of the house. The kitchen includes a large island and built in breakfast nook, and connects back to the dining area through a butler’s pantry. The master sits alone off the living space and study in the most private portion of the plan. The second floor of the main body of house is the children’s bedrooms and play areas. The garage is connected by a mudroom space that also includes a laundry and stair access to a guest bedroom and multipurpose room over the garage.