A 9.6-acre property’s privacy likely factored into the sale; the grounds, landscaped with native hardy flora, occupy a hilltop location with plenty of breathing room. The landscaping also frames the home’s living style very well, establishing an authentic feel that carries through to the home’s interiors and stone patio.
Wood ceilings, hand-painted and terra cotta tile floors, honey-toned plank hardwood, wood framed foldaway doors with arched French doors and floating shelves with the odd French casement windows are a few of the more rustic design elements at work here. The shared living area is anchored by a stone fireplace.
Standout spaces include the office, which features a floor-to-ceiling bank of built-in shelves and a set of French doors that open onto the outdoor living area, and the kitchen, a single-island layout with a copper vent hood and black-painted cabinetry and butcher block-capped island.
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