The family will want to head to the lake at the earliest opportunity when this delightful recreation home is their holiday pad. The design makes sure nothing is missing to mar those weeks or months spent away from home. Every vacation home should have a veranda and a sun deck, and this design offers both on a grand scale. The super-modern floor plan starts at the er1trance under a picturesque veranda at the rear. Past the coat/laundry room and the main bathroom, the hallway leads to the master suite, privately situated in the corner at the rear of the house. A sloping ceiling and boxed-out window add charm and character and accentuate the feeling the suite is also a retreat. Central to the day-to-day activities is the expansive living and dining room, which looks out to the oversized sundeck through a wall of windows and french doors. Above the sloping ceiling a dormer window adds even more to the abundance of natural light that pours into this room. And because the ideal vacation home should be suitable for use year-round, a gas fireplace takes care of warmth and cosiness for the winter months as well as those cool spring and summer evenings. The U-shaped kitchen is neatly accommodated at the end of the living/dining room and offers an efficient design and space for preparation of meals; it also makes sure the cook is not cut off from the rest of the family. On the lower level, a second bedroom and guest room share a three- piece bathroom.. A good-sized recreation room has a gas fireplace and french doors opening on to the covered veranda. The large, enclosed storage space in this walk-out basement will easily contain the family1s seasonal recreational equipment, which is easy to move in and out of this walk-out basement. The house is 35 feet wide and 26 feet deep with 760 square feet of main-floor living space and the basement area.