t is commonly known that there a few key rooms in every home of any size, whether row housing, semi-custom or full design/custom built that lend themselves to it is end themselves to extra scrutiny and have a certain unspoken pre-requisite requirement to stand out and above the rest of the rooms in the residence; they must have a ‘wow’ factor.  As you flip through the individual room pages, you will find that we have repeated these first three paragraphs for emphasis with each room page. 

     e feel that Ambassador Fine Custom Homes is relied upon as an expert, offering an expert opinion not only to suit the needs of the immediate family, but to surpass the requirements of the niche market when it comes to re-sale value, as this will be the largest financial, and emotional, investment most people make in their lives.

     s obvious as these commonly known that there are a few key rooms in every home of any size, whether row housing, semi-custom or full design/custom built that l common sense observations are, it is surprising just how many custom home builders don’t exercise building according to the common knowledge available to them.  At Ambassador Fine Custom Homes you will find that all our rooms get this special kind of attention. 

     hat being said, you will find that our FOYERS are the epitome of grand entrances.  When third floors are part of the master design, 30 ft domed ceilings with a grand chandelier welcome your guests.  A lavish, solid hardwood master staircase with painted risers and stained treads or combination of solid hardwood with marble treads staircase with either painted or stained pickets or wrought iron designed picket system invite you upstairs where you have second and third floor balconies with matching picket systems to the master staircase, overlooking the foyer made with 2 ft by 2 ft granite, marble or limestone heated floors with an inserted pattern  design or border pending on taste and design, 12” baseboards and paneled walls with all the appropriate custom sized and recessed lit art niches to fit your various paintings and artwork.  A formal drawing room with marble fireplace is off to the side of the foyer, allowing a great place to share some aperitifs before dinner with your guests, or to say your good-buys as they await their coats.  A residential elevator off the hallway allows for greater ease of movement from one floor to the next, whilst a secondary staircase between the second and third floor offers a wonderful library landing where a pair of antique wing back chairs await a quiet afternoon of reading. 

*The Above are Samples of Foyers