The recently completed twin home at 2347 Ping Court in Mason City is a light-filled residence with an open floor plan, immaculate kitchen and plenty of space for family gatherings.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom ranch-style home — with an office that could be used as a fourth bedroom — has 3,452 square feet of living space. It is located in a cul-de-sac in the Fairways Addition near the Mason City Country Club on the city's west side.

Currently occupied by listing agent Zelda Elwood, of Exit Realty, and her husband, homebuilder Larry Elwood, the house is attractively decorated in grays and neutral colors.

Guests entering through the front door step onto a tile inlay floor, and go into the home through an extra-wide hallway covered with 3/4-inch sandstone birch plank flooring. The hallway was built wide on purpose, Elwood explained, in order to accommodate wheelchairs.

The office, which has a closet, is located to the left of the entry. A large window — the home has Anderson Windows — gives it a bright, fresh feeling. Also off the hallway is a powder room with quartz countertops and a backlit smart mirror, which can be turned on and off by pressing a button on the front of the mirror.

A large cut-out in the wall allows occupants of the kitchen to see into the hallway, allowing for a connectedness in the home. The other side of the kitchen is fully open to the dining room, which is also open to the spacious living room.

With sliding doors leading onto the back deck, the 13-by-24-foot living room is an airy gathering space for family and friends. It features a 10-foot-tall tray ceiling, unique wooden ceiling fan and programmable electric fireplace. A row of windows on the west side of the room lets even more light.

The dining area, located between the living room and kitchen, is currently set up with a table for eight.

Elwood, who has lived in many of her husband's builds over the years, says the kitchen at 2347 Ping Court is her favorite of all time. It has granite countertops, top-of-the-line Jenn-Air appliances and seemingly endless rows of cabinetry made by WoodHarbor Custom Cabinets. The cabinets also have under-cabinet lighting. The kitchen is equipped with a wine cooler and has a massive center island which seats four.

"Love the kitchen," Elwood said. "You can see the rest of the house (and) there's lots of counter space to work with."

Also spacious, the master bedroom is located on the main level off of the living room. It is a 14-by-16-foot sanctuary featuring a 9-foot tray ceiling, en suite bathroom and a very large walk-in closet with a shelving and organization system.

The impeccable master bathroom features a double-sink vanity with quartz countertops, more white WoodHarbor Custom Cabinetry and a glass-enclosed walk-in shower. The tub is separate and there's a hookup on the wall for a television for soaking in the suds while watching a program or two.

More living area is available in the basement. Accessed by a carpeted staircase off the main hallway, the main feature to the basement is the large carpeted living room. Currently decorated with a large sofa, chair, big-screen television and an additional seating area, the room is a perfect place for large gatherings. It's roomy, it's somewhat secluded from the rest of the house and a large garden window lets in so much light the room doesn't feel it's like a basement.

The lower level also features two bedrooms with big egress windows and lots of closet space. A full bathroom features quartz countertops, like the rest of the bathrooms in the house, and an attractively tiled floor.

The basement also features another very large room that could serve a number of purposes for the home's owners. In addition to possibly serving as a large storage room, Elwood believes the space also is easily large enough that it could comfortably house equipment for an in-home gym.

The house has a connected two-stall garage. Entry is through the laundry room, which is off the kitchen. The laundry room is full size — with room for side-by-side washer and dryer, a sink and cabinets — and could double as a mud room.

The garage has overhead storage, although homeowners won't need that room to store snowblowers or lawn mowers. Lawn care and snow removal is covered by a quarterly fee of $275.