Eclectic Blend of Traditional Architectural Form and Proportion has been Interpreted as Transitional

This eclectic blend of traditional architectural form and proportion has been interpreted as Transitional style. The four-square center-hall front arrangement has a certain contemporary flair with its low slung, deep eaves and hip roof form. The achromatic field of white lap siding and bronze finished accoutrements, such as windows, gutters and downspouts, enhance the transitional façade without unnecessary decoration.

Behind the front façade is a gracefully contemporary interior design. Progressing from the front entry foyer – past the sculptural open staircase to the open-concept Kitchen, Family Room and Breakfast area – views to the rear yard are ever-present with an abundance of natural light.
The ground floor features a Master Suite of rooms, well-appointed with custom features including the cove-lit master bath and curb-less shower with concealed shelving.

The rear yard serves as an ideal venue for outdoor entertaining. Swimming pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, fire-pit seating areas, covered porches and an outdoor double-sided fireplace complete the outdoor package.