This beautiful home was nestled on a 64 acre site with a running stream and overlooking a forest conversation area. Considerable effort was made to position the home for optimum site and elevation while large windows throughout provide breathtaking views of the natural surroundings.
Modern farmhouse design elements blended exquisitely with hand-crafted custom cabinetry, exposed wood beams, and the use of reclaimed wood from barns from the 1800s. The family’s lifestyle, love for the outdoors, and vision for their dream home became a reality!
One-of-a-kind stair rails were hand-crafted to create a work-of-art. Interior trim elements utilized a furniture grade finish that was pocket screwed and biscuited for the longevity of the joints. The floors and stair treads were reclaimed random width micro-beveled and wire brush white oak that was hand-selected from barns of the early 1800s. You won’t see this level of customization in any other home!
The mud-room isn’t just for boots! The farm-house theme is beautifully incorporated with a Flemish bond pattern brick floor and circle-sawn wood cubbies to capture the rustic look and feel. Poultry netting was incorporated into shelving cabinetry, since the family has egg-producing chickens on the property, personalizing the design for the homeowner’s lifestyle!