A stone facade and expansive motor court allude to the grandness of this 10-acre luxury estate in Washington. The gated property features many outdoor amenities, including an outdoor kitchen, hot tub, fireplace, sport court and treehouse.
The stone facade of this seemingly small home hides a multitude of space inside. A stone walkway leading to a simple door makes the space feel homey from the very start, and the pitched wood roof feels oh-so-rustic. The large plot with mature trees is a perfect setting for a quiet getaway.
A wall-mounted fireplace makes a dinner gathering more intimate and cozy, and the stone facade brings a natural touch to the modern gas fireplace. The warm, inviting look is complete with soft lighting, rich walls and comfortable seating. A neutral area rug and light hardwood flooring anchor the space.
The front entry is one of the most important features of a home, both architecturally and aesthetically. It dictates the homes curb appeal and embodies the overall character and style of the house. Here, surrounding the entrance, concrete pavers trimmed with precast molding were precision cut to form niches, adding architectural interest to the entryway. Together, stone, concrete and iron provide the depth and dimension that gives the outside entrance to this home a special flair.
The entrance to your driveway should be in keeping with the property, but also with the setting. Here, the iron gates and stone columns fit in beautifully with the style of the house, and the soft landscape completes the look.
A welcoming home that draws inspiration from traditional architecture with a few twists of its own. The brick facade with stacked stone around the windows and doors add a rustic element that makes up for the absence of shutters.