The home is situated on a plateau with 360 degree views of forests and farmland.
The stone veneer is prefabricated (i.e., faux stone) but is much easier to install and looks quite authentic.
The view from the master bedroom's sitting room.
The two-story living room is open to large yet practically laid-out kitchen beyond.
The pass-through over the kitchen sink allows a view to the driveway beyond, provides additional natural light, and nicely connects the kitchen to the breakfast nook.
Two seating heights at the kitchen island, for visitors of various ages or levels of mobility.
The windows of the two-story living room are spaced apart vertically to fit a patio shed roof between the upper and lower units.
Funky pantry/mudroom/laundry room. Why such tall ceilings? Because this is the front of a dormer that was needed for a back staircase (to the space over the garage) to have head clearance to meet building codes. It was the result of making the front elevation look pretty, and the client took full advantage of it decoratively.