With the high energy of a five-children household in mind, this home was robustly built on a plot greater than seven acres to capture all possible lost space with dormers over the garage. Built with hardwood floors of birch, and barrel rolled tongue and groove ceilings made of Douglas fir, this home will withstand elevated levels of activity from this energetic family. Hidden LED lighting above the crown molding in the barrel rolled ceiling entryway makes an elegant highlight to the decorative archway. Located alongside the kitchen’s built-in breakfast nook are eight-foot-tall sliding barn doors to complement the first floor nine-foot ceilings, offering warm and rustic charm in the entire home. All tile in the home is heated, making the long Vermont winters bearable. This home’s contemporary gas fireplace of stone adds to the comfortable feel of the home.
Easily accommodating the energy of three growing children, this home gloats mountainous views and a spacious backyard perfectly situated on the Vermont National Country Club bike path. The family gains easy access to their generous backyard via a two-story deck that is accessible on the first floor from the kitchen and living area. Half of the first-floor deck is covered by a luxurious second story deck located off the master bedroom, while the other half of the first-floor deck is an open terrace that gently steps down to a garden in the yard.
Oversized windows bring sunshine and warmth into each area of this open-concept home. A modern bar off the side of the kitchen with a matching blue tile backsplash, blue cabinet lighting and soft white under lighting give a unique but warm and welcoming feel to the kitchen of this home. Black granite counter tops nicely supplement the modern feel of this home. Throughout the first floor, craftsman style columns with a distinctive stone base compliment the unique re-purposed wooden wainscoting in the dining room.
This expansive craftsman style cottage was built as a secure gathering space for an active family of four. With a three-car garage, wrap around porch, fenced-in backyard and plenty of greenery for children to play, this home, nicely situated on Vermont’s famous golf course at the Vermont National Country Club, offers peace and bliss with views of the lake and mountains. The interior designs throughout this home boast both contemporary and rustic with re-purposed wood throughout the structure collaborating nicely with modern hardwood floors and contemporary granite counter tops. Pendant lighting above the island in the open concept kitchen flows nicely toward the trayed ceiling in the dining room, all matching the craftsman columns and custom moldings throughout the first floor.