Built in 1890, this converted carriage house offers loads of historic charm on 1.74 lush acres. A long private driveway leads to the property, which features a 30-foot heated pool and specimen plantings.
Ceiling blinds shade this small back porch illuminated by the natural light from the windows. A black wood floor provides a pleasing contrast to the bright white walls of the enclosure. Mounted planters create a green wall adding life and decoration to the small space.
This large porch provides plenty of room for sipping sweet tea in the summer breeze. White wicker furniture lines the exterior of the house, cushioned by floral pillows. Hanging ferns add a burst of color and shape above the porch railing.
You've got to love a front porch where you can not only sit but you can lounge. This farmhouse boasts an impressive line-up of comfy chaise lounge chairs. While the black and white color palette and charming details of the house may draw you in, it's these chairs and fantastic view of the lake that make you never want to leave.
A small, country-style dining set is nestled in the corner of this screened porch, creating a peaceful, breezy space for casual dining. Next to the dining table, two screened doors allow access onto an open-air porch that leads to the sprawling backyard.
Around the back of the house, two spacious seating areas give guests plenty of room to stretch out. While the adults enjoy casual conversation and a drink on the porch, the kids can tumble and play on the grassy lawn.
The flow and logistics of the house were re-oriented by adding a new front entry complete with post-and-beam construction and a metal roof. A two-car garage and concrete driveway complete the look of the exterior.