AN ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE
The Cape Cod-style living space traverses around 6,300 square feet and has six rooms and six-and-a-half restrooms, which are built on two stories. The finishes of every room are marvelously done with traditional architectural touches.
The floors are nicely polished and made up of European Oak. The moldings of the house are the thick crown, while the pillars divide different living spaces on the ground floor. The living room has a marvelous fireplace made up of marble with a dining area by the side and a coffered ceiling.
GOING INTO OTHER ROOMS
The kitchen is designed to mimic a farmhouse and is connected to the dining room. It also carries a butler’s pantry, with every appliance made up of stainless steel. The breakfast bar is made up of large marbles, and the entire kitchen space is painted white.
Among all these excellent features, there’s also an area near the kitchen that’s directly connected to a spacious family room with its own fireplace. The best thing about the family room is its large glass sliders that can be opened easily to visit the backyard.
DETAILS THAT NO ONE CAN MISS
While looking at the ground floor, a person can see an area that can be used as a home office. The office can easily be converted into a bedroom when required. Upstairs, the ace suite includes its own corner chimney, along with its own share of glass sliders that open onto a roomy private porch. Different highlights of the ace suite include a marble washroom, a bathtub, and a separate steam shower. There are also several closets available for use.
A morning bar is another impressive feature of this house, perfect for hanging out at during lazy weekdays. A one of a kind housetop patio gives unhindered views of the nearby mountains. It is also the best place to relax, lounge around, and drink up. The lawn is designed for engaging and unwinding, with its grill barbecue and dining porch. On the opposite side of the house are the built-in pool and spa.