Beautiful windows seize the eye on the exterior of this Arts and Crafts-inspired home. Banks of triple windows and a strip of stationary windows above the front porch gleam with a crisp welcome and offer hints to the light-filled interior. The front porch, anchored by flared pillars atop ledgestone pedestals offers a transitional respite. Beyond the front door, the dining room, great room, and kitchen draw you in to the open living areas. Light spills into the dining room from windows on two walls, dissolving any hint of stuffiness. Casual Sunday brunches and elegant holiday parties are equally at home in the kitchen, where a long island delineates work and eating areas and a large pantry provides plenty of storage. A bump-out window in the breakfast nook can include a built-in seat or simply provide extra floor space. From the nook, a set of French doors opens to the back porch, which includes an outdoor fireplace.
The master suite wing joins the living areas on the main level. The bedroom and an office flank a private hallway. Built-insa desk in the office and bookshelves in the bedroomsupply focal points in each room.
Three additional bedrooms, two baths, a storage area, and a bonus room are on the upper level. The bonus room has many options: it can become a hang-out space for the kids or an exercise room for the whole family.