The five window front façade, with its large center chimney and simple trim details, suggests that this home is a mid eighteenth century saltbox. However, from its other sides and from its open floor plan, it is obvious that this home is designed for modern day living
For the first floor plan, we have moved the stairway to an outside corner of the main house. This is away from their normal center location and it opens up the center core allowing space for a large masonry mass with three fireplaces that service the living room, formal dining room and kitchen area. The kitchen hearth is the focal point of the fireplace, beehive oven and space for wood storage. Along the side of the kitchen/breakfast area, two sets of French doors bring natural light into the space and provide access to the screened porch and deck or patio. The first floor plan is finished out with the living room and formal dining room. Both spaces are well proportioned and large enough for comfortable family gatherings.
On the second floor, a skylight brightens a small section of cathedral ceiling area that opens up around the stairway. The second floor plan includes a master bedroom with a private bath, two other bedrooms and another full bath.

FIRST FLOOR

Kitchen and breakfast area with large fireplace, living room with fireplace, formal dining room with fireplace, screened porch, and combined laundry / half bath.

SECOND FLOOR

Master bedroom (#1) with full bath and fireplace, two other bedrooms (#2 & #3), and a second full bath.

LIVING AREA

  • 1st & 2nd FLRS                            2468 SQ. FT.
  • Above GARAGE  (2 CAR)             448 SQ. FT.

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