Behind the striking combination of this homes random stack stonework and geometric windows is a hard-working four-bedroom home that forgives a lot that slopes to the side and rear.
Square windows interspersed on the faade provide exciting visual interest from the curb, and bring much desired light to the interior. The main level feels especially light and airy thanks to a band of second-story windows beneath the upper roofline. The light floods the core of the main level where the staircase and great room meet, and spills into the neighboring kitchen and dining room. Secluded behind a set of French doors, the office gains its own light from tall corner windows. Three of the homes four bedrooms are on the upper level. The master suite includes a private balcony, and a bath with a walk-in shower, a dual-sink vanity, and a private commode. The other two bedrooms are down the hall from a laundry room and a full bath.
The lower-level features several spaces to customize. An exercise niche and walk-in wine closet accompany a large game room. A hallway secludes a bathroom, bedroom, and utility room. A storage shed accessible from the backyard, can store tools, potting supplies, and outdoor equipment.