The Craftsman, Mission and Spanish style homes gained popularity in the early 1900’s. We have fused all three styles together to create this one incredible home. Although different, these three styles have a few common decor elements. They all relied on natural materials and handcrafted textures. As a result the interior is calm and peacefully simple. As with other American styles, much of the inspiration came from nature, but these natural materials often had refined textures and simple clean lines. The bold simple lines are apparent in the custom Mission style cabinets that are carefully stained to a rich elegance and are complimented by the oil rubbed bronze hardware. Open to the kitchen you are drawn to the custom coved niches that flank both sides of the cozy stone fireplace with the warm sun radiating through the oversized windows and highlights the great rooms view of the pond. Cinnamon spice stained hand-scraped maple wood floors flows throughout the rooms and invites you to stay just a little longer. Passing through the doorways you are drawn to the clean lines of the unique triple panel maple doors and oil rubbed bronze handles. Carmel-colored glass on the lighting casts a warm glow over each of the rooms.
With all the old world touches we could not forget about the features of today’s lifestyle like the large walk-in closets off each bedroom, usable and finished bonus room above the garage, whole house speakers, oversized energy efficient windows and doors, dual zone heating and cooling system, Stainless steel appliances with separate full sized refrigerator and freezer, stairs to the garage in the future lower level space and exposed windows, and finally you can’t miss the insulated and plastered triple car garage with state of the art floor coating and two floor drains.
This home was featured by Silvercrest Construction during the 2007 Winter Wonderland of Homes. View the specification sheet.