Brilliant use of space. Unparalleled natural light. Outstanding construction. Excellent layout. Situated on a pristine 10-acre lot, this significant home was constructed by an internationally recognized architects as his personal residence, using only the finest, custom high quality materials and finishes. Open concept, Frank Lloyd Wright inspired mid-century modern. 3,800 sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath plus open den. 14’ ceilings with light pouring in from the clerestories. Spectacular layout for everyday living with family and friends, and perfect for entertaining. 4-zone high efficiency HVAC (plus heated 2-car garage). High-End everything in this Chef’s kitchen--granite counter and island top, slate back splash, stainless Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. Solid Environmentally friendly Lyptus hardwood floors throughout, as well as custom milled solid-wood interior doors and wood-trim. Desirable split floor plan where the private and spacious master suite is situated on one side of the home and other two first floor bedrooms occupy their own wing. The 2nd floor can be the 4th bedroom with its own full bath, or just a separate living area and office. Enjoy the large upstairs deck and watch the morning sun come up over the tall trees. The front offers significant driveway and green space plus a fenced in dog run. The rear offers over 5 acres of cleared green pasture. Watch the wildlife and enjoy the sun setting over the protected land behind you. Bring the horses. Too much to list.
Author:George Phy A Phone: 609-742-0364 Dated: June 4th 2018 Views: 258 About George Phy: Coming from a background in construction, engineering and architecture, George brings a fresh perspe...
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