Situated on more than 60-acres of meticulously landscaped land, this historic Maryland manor house offers four bedrooms and three baths, as well as a guest cottage house, carriage house and greenhouse.
Bright pops of orange bring fun energy to the oceanfront guest room. An orange and white herringbone rug grounds the space and complements the orange and white bedding. Nestled in one corner, an office nook is painted orange to match the color scheme, and full-length windows offer wonderful views of Vero Beach.
The waterfront Hawaiian home is perfect vacation spot with beautiful ocean views. Palm trees surround the home, which has a board-and-batten exterior and relaxing balcony, creating a true tropical oasis.
Turning left off the foyer leads guests into a private study, where they'll find tall, built-in bookshelves, an original fireplace and a traditional wood desk with two chairs. Although the space is now used as an office for reading and catching up on work, one only needs to observe the crown molding and baseboards to picture the parlor that it once was.
The approach to this mansion is honestly breathtaking, as magnolia trees seem to part and reveal a huge portico and soaring stone columns. A low-level brick retaining wall adds some definition to the front yard.
A low stone wall surrounds this patio, making the space feel intimate for conversations. Meanwhile, willowy trees provide some relief from the hot summer sun and ensure that everyone feels comfortable.
This transitional master bedroom is as cozy as they come thanks to neutral walls, built-in bookcases and an oversized area rug. Floor-to-ceiling windows break up the shelves and fill the space with plenty of natural light as well.
Slipcovered Parson chairs surround the rustic wood dining table in this open dining room. A pair of cylinder lanterns provide light overhead, while French doors open up to beautiful views of Whistler, British Columbia.