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.
The most luxurious areas of the home are the master bedroom and master bathroom. Included in the master bedroom is a trayed ceiling with crown molding and rope light. The master bathroom includes a four by eight-foot curb less walk in shower with a curtain drain. Included in the steam shower is a wall equipped with three built in body sprayers, a rain shower head, a traditional shower head, and a shower wand. With eight foot ceilings, heated tile and a waterproof audio speaker, this amazing shower is enclosed entirely by glass and half wall.
This home’s radius roofline and half-round roof window gives the home a look that is both contemporary and rustic. Maintenance free Wolf decking and PVC trim on the exterior, this home is also enclosed by white James Hardie fiber-cement siding, and is built to withstand all Vermont weather. Constructed to last with a standing seam metal roof, a 500 square foot two-car garage with cedar doors and twelve foot ceilings, this home exceeds client expectations.