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OCONOMOWOC–PRIVATE RESORT IN THE HEART OF OCONOMOWOC! Stunning home on 5 plus acres. Salt water pool with waterfall & fabulous entertaining spaces. Walk-out lower level with 2nd Kitchen! 35320 Pabst Court | $1,275,000 | pin #34665
HARTLAND–ON THE GOLF COURSE! Five-bedroom 4 full/2-half bath home on the 11th hole of The Legend Clubs of Bristlecone Pines. In-ground pool & hot tub! 1813 E. Bristlecone Drive | $1,249,900 | pin #33974
ELM GROVE–VACANT LAND! BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this private 3.5 acre-parcel. Close to Western Racquet Club. Potential to split into two parcels. 14265 Juneau Blvd. | $1,095,000 | pin #99635
WALES–SOUTHERN EXPOSED-ON THE GOLF COURSE! Executive Ranch home is on the 11th fairway of The Legend at Brandybrook! 20-ft. ceilings in the living/great room. 119 Legend Way | $795,000 | pin #98036
SUSSEX–CRAFTSMAN–NEW CONSTRUCTION! Craftsman style home located in the Sussex Preserve. Open concept 4-BR, 2.5-BA with HWF’s & loads of windows. N56W24150 Sussex Preserve Blvd. | $512,000 | pin #34270
SUSSEX–BEAUTIFUL CONDO, MOVE IN READY! Open concept with vaulted ceilings. Open great room with huge ceilings, gas fireplace & tons of natural light. N63W23840 Terrace Dr. | $289,900 | pin #33621
DELAFIELD–3 ACRES OF PRIVATE & WOODED LAND! BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME! Set on over 3 acres, this beautifully wooded lot is what you have been looking for! Lot 2 Yorkshire Trace | $299,900 | pin #33043
DELAFIELD–OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD - 1.5 ACRES, CUL-DE-SAC, THE ENCLAVE! Build your dream home in one of lake country’s most prestigious subdivisions, The Enclave. Partially wooded, private lot. Lot 9 Summerhill Road | $249,900 | pin #33042
DELAFIELD–VACANT LAND! Build your dream home on this beautiful lot in Delafield Woods. Located near Downtown Delafield. Kettle Moraine School District. 446 Bleeker Street | $110,000 | pin #32110
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River’s End Gallery These handcrafted earrings are set in sterling silver. The glass, in several layers, is fired in a kiln to more than 1,400 degrees. To obtain the color combinations the glass requires multiple firings and no two are exactly the same. The River’s End Gallery, 380 W. Main St., Waukesha has these earrings in several shapes and sizes.
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This is a one-of-a-kind offering featured on HGTVâ€™s Rezoned in 2006 showing what can be achieved by gutsy visionaries who found beauty in a run-down old Studebaker dealership and rezoned it into an imaginative, amazing hobby shop and home/office. Zoned B2 there is 6,500-sq.-ft. of shop space on the main floor with a curved all glass showroom, vintage bar, office, three bathrooms and two large storage rooms. Offer includes a 7,000 lb. car lift, 3-phase power and a full-size commercial elevator that takes you to an impressive 3,300-sq.-ft. urban loft. A private outdoor deck surrounds the second- floor home/office space and overlooks Main Street and the Fox River. Additional tree-lined lot to the rear of the property could be a bonus add-on for those in need of even more space for their home or business. $840,000 Broker/Owner
124 East St. Paul Avenue, Waukesha
This 1800s Old Blacksmith Shop was featured on HGTVâ€™s Rezoned in 2005. This 5 Star Renovation Showcase is offered for sale to the public for another hundred years of enjoyment. The B2/B3 zoning allows for a multitude of uses. The first floor currently supports a healing spa and offices for therapists and practitioners. The second floor is truly a premier living quarters with highend finishes and appliances. It offers peace and tranquility in a busy urban environment. To further enhance this little piece of heaven you will find a fernlined walkway that leads to a smaller stone building utilized by the current owners as office space. An awesome man cave and garage at the back of this office provides an enjoyable after hour place for hobbies and libations. $790,000 mls 1640026
108 East St. Paul Avenue, Waukesha
This cool old building stood tall when it ushered in the 1900s and then again when it welcomed the 21st Century. The first floor served many businesses over the years and the second floor housed many Waukesha residents. The building underwent a complete renovation in 2007 which included new HVAC, plumbing, electric and roof. It currently serves one tenant as a charming hair salon and community space for showers and graduations on the second floor. It can be used as a live/work scenario as well. The property features a full kitchen on the second floor and 1 & 1/2 baths in the building. Oak floors and natural brick enhance the building with a full stone basement. The parking lot is private and can accommodate four cars although there is a municipal parking lot just steps from the door. $298,000 mls 1644438
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5, 17 The Gallery Browse offerings from a few of our area’s finest shops and businesses.
8 Discover The Beauty Of The Seychelles From the incredible weather that lasts all year to the fantastic foliage and awe-inspiring wildlife, the Seychelles Islands very well could be as close to Heaven on Earth as we can get. By Stephanie Schaap-Jones
12 Get Ready For Summer This lovely estate in the village of Chenequa radiates a welcoming blend of modern updates and classical Victorian beauty. By Anne Kaiser
15 Stunning Retreat In Oconomowoc One-of-a-kind stunning retreat is set on over 5-acres giving you the private resort feeling you have been looking for.
17 A Waukesha Showcase Renovation This 1800s Old Blacksmith Shop was featured on HGTV’s Rezoned in 2005. This 5 Star Renovation Showcase is now offered for sale to the public.
20 Pristine Luxury On Nagawicka Lake Custom designed and built in 2011 by coveted lake-home builder Colby Construction, this beautiful home combines symmetry and unique details to provide homeowners a luxurious lake living experience. By Anne Kaiser
23 Lighting Solutions For A Quick Home Makeover Ever wonder how designers make the rooms you see in magazines or on decorating shows look so good?
24 Sarasota & Cocoa–A Tale Of Two Beaches People all over the world travel to Florida to take in some sun on their many award-winning beaches. Two popular beaches are Sarasota and Cocoa.
26 2020 Home Design The influence of global cultures is increasingly visible in home décor as technology expands homeowners’ world views.
29 Create A More Functional Laundry Room Get your laundry room under control with these tips to add function to your washing routine.
30 God’s Corner By Gertrude M. Puelicher
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Seychelles Just imagine lying on a sandy beach with the sun shining down on you. You are on a tropical isle full of lush vegetation, sandy beaches and amazing wildlife. You can watch the giant tortoises crawling about lazily, island hop around the islands, walk the trails and charter yachts during the day and in the evening, you can enjoy delicious Cajun cuisine in a five-star restaurant and take in a show or do some gambling at the local casino. This dream can be yours if you visit the Seychelles Islands. n n n
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These mystical islands are alive with some of the most extraordinary plant and animal species on the planet. Almost 50% of Seychelles 455 kmÂ˛ landmass has been preserved in its natural state as national parks and reserves. These unique islands are home to nearly 100 different plants, 12 species of birds, 2 types of bats, 11 amphibians, 2 types of snakes, 4 types of turtle or tortoise and numerous insects that can only be seen in this magical island getaway.
Made up of 41 of the oldest mid-ocean inner granite islands and 74 outer coral islands, the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles Islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Africa are world famous for their beauty. With 3 National Heritage Sites, 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 4 religious sites and a plethora of art galleries there is no shortage of culture or beauty in the Seychelles Islands. The Domaine de Val des Pres (Craft Village) is part of
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the Patrimwann on the island of Mahe. These national historic sites highlight the Kreol heritage of the islands. The other attractions in the Patrimwann are the Kreol Institute, La Bastille and the Ecomuseum (or EcomusĂŠe La Planie St. Andre). The other National Heritage Site is Lâ€™Union Estate on the island of La Digue. Featuring giant land tortoises, a traditional copra mill and kiln, and a Plantation House surrounded by beautiful gardens
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full of natural granite boulders, visitors can walk the grounds on foot or ride on the back of one of the many horses on the estate. The estate also features a natural beach known as the ‘Source d’Argent’ that is one of the most photographed beaches on earth and the cemetery of the original island settlers. The first of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the islands is the Vallée de Mai on Praslin. Administered by the Seychelles Islands Foundation, this ancient forest boasts over 6,000 of the world famous Coco-de-mer trees and is so beautiful that it was once speculated to be the Garden of Eden, straight from the Bible. The Vallée is also made famous by being the only known locale in which the endangered Black Parrot can still be found. The second UNESCO Site is the Aldabra Atoll. The biggest raised coral atoll in the world, the Aldabra Atoll was fabled to have been first named by Arabian seafarers in the 9th Century A.D. Its untouched and natural beauty is what earned the atoll the title of an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Seychelles Island Foundation now works to protect its unique plant and animal life. While there is a small settlement
and a research station on the atoll, there are no tourist accommodations and the only access is by chartered yacht.
With a warm climate all year long, the Seychelles Islands are beautiful at any time. However, if sailing and windsurfing are your favorite things, April and October are the calmest months with virtually no wind. The strongest winds are found between May and September with the winds ranging from 10-20 knots. However, the Seychelles Sailing Cup is an international event that is held every January when the winds are still evident but calmer, ranging from 8-12 knots. If your goal is to take in the natural beauty of the Seychelles Islands, the best time to visit is between May and September when the southeasterly trade winds are blowing. The weather is slightly cooler and breezier making it the most comfortable time for walking the many trails and observing the local wildlife and amazing plant life. As the weather is slightly cooler during this time of year, the animals are more active and the plants more likely to show off their surreal blossoms. From the incredible weather that lasts all year to the fantastic foliage and awe-inspiring wildlife, the Seychelles Islands very well could be as close to Heaven on Earth as we can get. The beauty and mysticism that abounds in this amazing wonderland is something that you are guaranteed to remember for the rest of your life! n
Get Ready for Summer…Move to the East Shore of Pine Lake 4-bedroom, 5-bath, 3-half baths, 10-car attached garage, 169-feet of frontage, 5-acres on Pine Lake, coach house with 2-car garage.
6231 N. Hwy 83, Chenequa $3,950,000 mls #1652301
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DELAFIELD Exceptional 5-BR, 5.5 BA custom Arbors home. Refreshed gourmet kitchen open to family room with fireplace. Intimate dining area with views of wooded back yard and outdoor entertainment area with brick patios, covered porch, and outdoor fireplace. Split bedroom design offers private suites including a private guest suite, and luxury master suite with dedicated office. Second floor family room with kitchenette and fireplace. Expansive walk-out lower level with large game room, home gym, den and full bath. Five car attached garage. $912,900 pin #34499
Liz Tobolt 414-881-0738
SUMMIT Exceptional quality and amenities in this 3 bedroom/2.5 bath NEW CONSTRUCTION WATERFRONT HOME! Wall of windows in an open-concept main-level with tall ceilings and chic decorating. Luxury plank flooring on main, stainless steel appliances, granite and quartz center island kitchen, large gas fireplace and dinning area with patio doors to Bamboo Deck. Upper master suite with an extra large walk-in shower and heated floor. Pontoon to Upper Nemahbin Lake from this quiet Bark River location. $689,900 pin #33502
Stunning new construction Ranch! Enter the lovely foyer with open feel to dining area and first floor office. Office could also be used as a bedroom and features a walk-thru bathroom with custom tiled shower. Master suite features his & her closets, walkin custom shower, soaking tub and 15-foot dual vanity. Spectacular kitchen with spacious granite island with stainless appliances, gas cook top, double ovens and a walk-in pantry. Beautifully finished lower level featuring kitchenette. Over sized garage-27-feet deep! $780,000 pin #33454
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The lovely estate at 6231 Highway 83 in the exclusive village of Chenequa, Wisconsin radiates a welcoming blend of modern updates and classical Victorian beauty. Located on 5.5 wooded acres with 169 feet of private frontage on beautiful Pine Lake, this home offers exceptional space and lovingly crafted details throughout. This 10,439-square-foot home includes four bedrooms and five full and 3.5 half baths as well as a ten-car garage and coach house. The home’s original structure was built in the early 1900s; thorough and complete remodeling and updates over the past sixteen years have fashioned this grand living space as a unique and lovely blend of gracious and contemporary living.
Private, spacious acreage surrounded by peaceful nature offers homeowners and their guests the opportunity to relax and experience serenity throughout Wisconsin’s four seasons. Homeowners will appreciate the proximity of a close and kind, familyoriented community of neighbors in the surrounding lake properties. A nearby golf course offers recreation close to home. This home is part of the Arrowhead school district, and downtown Hartland is accessible by a short drive as well, allowing for easy commutes for business or pleasure. The home’s surrounding acreage includes many oak and pine trees and some ash trees. Fruit trees and pines in front of the home were recently added,
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along with lovely gardens and winding walkways. The home is oriented toward Pine Lake, with two attached decks and a porch to allow for enjoyment of lake views and outdoor relaxation and entertaining. The home’s coach house, currently a great extra garage, might be updated for use as a studio. The coach includes a renovated exterior and new windows throughout. The double garage doors in the coach house are crafted of metal fashioned to match the wood of the main home.
A grand foyer in the main home features a travertine floor and custom-made wood moulding. This custom wood moulding and specially made cornices are used throughout the home, and offer a consistent stylistic and design element in mahogany, cherry and oak woods. A carved stone fireplace at one end of the foyer functions dually as either gas or wood-burning, offering a welcoming hearth upon entry to the home. An elegant chandelier-inspired light fixture offers a warm glow and enhances the abundant natural light that enters the foyer through woodframed windows and double glass doors. The entry doors feature a simple, elegant curvilinear
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design in the glass panes, consistent with the home’s overall aesthetic. The home’s spacious living room is accessible from the foyer, and further connects to the family room. Walls in Incredible White offer the perfect space for displaying artwork or simply a restful expanse for the eyes. Ceiling fan light fixtures keep the room comfortable even on warmer days. The family room adjoins the living room and offers a consistent design and color palette. These rooms include the lovely warm-toned oak floor original to the home, while the family room includes a welcoming fireplace in one corner. The fireplace, fashioned from Wisconsin granite, features a unique mantelpiece crafted of a piece of California redwood. Looking out from the living room and family room, a special newly-added porch offers an ample space to relax while looking out upon nature. The porch spans between 50-60 feet along one side of the home. An additional living room space off the foyer provides stunning floor-to-ceiling windows facing the lake. This mostly-open room flows into the porch and foyer. The southwestern orientation of this space allows the room to be infused with sunlight throughout the day. Afternoon light warms the space, and picturesque sunset views are visible through the grand windows. Cherry wood floors and window woodwork add to the room’s warm and welcoming feel. The home’s sunroom or veranda is a lovely spot in which to bask in sunlight or soak up the picturesque views of the front lawn, greenery, gardens, and lake beyond. Sunlight enters this room throughout the day, for a pleasant, warm and welcoming feel. This room features an elegant travertine floor like that in the foyer as well as a ceiling fan light fixture and glass doors to access the patio beyond. A striking wood ceiling offers a unique touch, further highlighting and enhancing the warmth of this space. For elegant dinners, this home’s dining room provides a pleasing space defined by elegance and simplicity. This room boasts some of the home’s original oak flooring, while newer wood moulding in the room is also oak. A traditional red brick fireplace in one corner of the room conveniently operates as either gas or woodburning, offering a warm glow during dining festivities or a homelike hearth for quiet meals. An antique mirror over the fireplace further completes the well-balanced aesthetic of the dining room, while white walls will perfectly showcase favorite artworks or china. A den or library room on the home’s main floor includes another original floor in pine. Continued on page 16
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If you would like more information on this property, contact Jeff Lien of Lien Team Real Estate, First Weber RealtorsÂŽ 414-807-4800.
One-of-a-kind stunning retreat is set on over 5-acres giving you the private resort feeling you have been looking for. Custom designed interior spaces have both rustic and modern touches throughout. Included are crown moldings, built-ins, rustic beams and soaring ceilings. An incredible private master suite boasts a gas fireplace, plus French doors leading to covered Lanai overlooking a Amazing salt water pool, waterfall, attached spa and a fabulous stamped concrete patio with outdoor entertaining spaces. There is a beautiful remodeled, updated gourmet kitchen. Many gorgeous details in the library/den including floor to ceiling built-in bookcases. Custom cabinets, plus 5 custom fireplace, both natural and gas, are found throughout this amazing home. A full walk-out lower level has heated floors, a 2nd kitchen, hearth room, exercise room, a 4th bedroom plus full bath with steam shower. The lower level also features flex space and a rec room with a fireplace, a spectacular media room and full windows. This luxurious home has it all. n
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A built-in cherry wood bookshelf allows for the discreet display and storage of favorite literary volumes. Ample windows let in abundant, welcoming natural light, while new and functional wood shutters allow for gentle modulation of incoming light. The home’s spacious, delightful kitchen is perfect for anyone who enjoys culinary endeavors. Abundant storage allows kitchen equipment, cookbooks and more to be artfully tucked away while still remaining available in easy reach. Cherry wood cabinets and a newer maple floor offer warmth, while brilliant chandelier lights offer illumination over the central island. The central island includes five feet of workspace on its granite countertops. Top quality appliances include a Viking 48-inch stove and a Miele double oven and steam oven as well as a Miele coffee system. An east-facing orientation infuses the kitchen with new morning light, making it a cheerful spot to start the day. A dinette area off the kitchen provides an elegant and welcoming space to sit and converse, share a meal, or sip a morning coffee or tea. A maple floor and all oak woodwork are consistent in design and color with the woodwork throughout the home’s main floor. A lovely crystal chandelier adds to the room’s natural light. A mahogany door to the outside in this room matches the home’s main entry door. The dinette includes additional glass doors leading to a patio area with an overhang facing the lake. This area offers a pleasing patio space outside in which to sit, relax, and observe the natural visitors to the area, including deer, turkeys, and other birds. The area closest and just beyond the dinette, on the patio, is uncovered and not screened in, while the space just to the left of it is covered. Also accessible from the dinette via a stairway are several rooms in the back of the home, an area that was designated in the original home for the maid. A recently-added laundry room on the home’s main floor includes attractive front loader machines, elegant ceramic tile floor fashioned in the style of weathered barn wood, and durable light-toned countertop. An original oak staircase leads to the home’s second floor, bedrooms and more. The home’s master bedroom features specially-crafted double stained glass doors with oak wood frames. This spacious room faces the lake and includes beautiful wood floors and wood moulding, a ceiling fan with a light Continued on page 18
Riverview Antique Market In the 1860s a fashionable lady going on a journey would have always taken her dresser box with her. Here we have Lizzie’s original dresser box done in rosewood with silver plate topped accessories. Pull the brass pin and the bottom drawer pops open for all of her jewelry to be stored. Pull down the red velvet inner cover to reveal a mirror. Can be viewed at Riverview Antiques, located at 2045 West St. Paul Avenue, Milwaukee, WI. Find out more information about the Market at www.RiverviewAntiqueMarket.com or call, 414278-9999.
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fixture, and double doors leading to the upstairs patio outside. An attached master bathroom includes a marble floor and marble around the contemporary, elegant white raised tub. A shower includes a Kohler footbath and waterfall for an enhanced experience of pampered relaxation. A master closet offers an expansive storage space spanning over 36 feet. This space is ideal for storing linens, blankets, shoes, and other home and personal items. The storage space rests above the home’s garage, which has spaces for five cars on the upper level and five or six cars on the lower level. One bedroom on the home’s second floor offers additional access to the home’s outdoor porch as well as to a unique sleeping porch. This bedroom’s design is consistent with that of the rest of the home, with beautiful wood floors, elegant white walls, and attractive wood moulding around windows, doors and at the floor’s edge. This bedroom includes an elegant chandelier-style light fixture formed of delicate branches culminating in crystals. This bedroom looks into a second-floor den or office space. An ideal sitting area or private room for work, reading, or reflection, this space originally functioned as an additional bedroom. The office or den space faces west and receives beautiful natural light, with windows offering views of surrounding trees and nature. The home’s sleeping porch offers a space in which to retreat and reflect while enjoying views of surrounding trees, the lake, and wildlife on the property below. This unique and pleasant space is lovely throughout the seasons, heated in cooler months and cooled by a ceiling fan in summertime. A wood ceiling and durable cypress wood floor offer the feeling of a gracious southern veranda, a perfect spot to sip lemonade or enjoy a morning coffee. Another bedroom includes additional access to the sleeping porch through double doors. This bedroom features outstanding original oak floors and offers a window oriented toward the lake beyond. The home’s new, lake-facing upper level deck offers a beautiful space to enjoy sunshine and lake breezes while relishing the natural splendor around this elegant home. AZEK flooring is durable and maintenance-free while retaining the appearance of natural wood. The upper level of the home has newer cedar siding in gray tones, while the home’s roof features asphalt Continued on page 28
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If you would like more information on this property, contact Victoria Hekkers of V-Group Real Estate Services. 414-791-2774.
This 1800s Old Blacksmith Shop was featured on HGTVâ€™s Rezoned in 2005. This 5 Star Renovation Showcase is offered for sale to the public for another hundred years of enjoyment. The B2/B3 zoning allows for a multitude of uses. The first floor currently supports a healing spa and offices for therapists and practitioners. The second floor is truly a premier living quarters with high-end finishes and appliances. It offers peace and tranquility in a busy urban environment. To further enhance this little piece of heaven you will find a fern-lined walkway that leads to a smaller stone building utilized by the current owners as office space. An awesome man cave and garage at the back of this office provides an enjoyable after hour place for hobbies and libations. n
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If you would like more information on this property, contact Pat Bolger of the Patrick Bolger Realty Group. 262-313-8797.
by Anne Kaiser
The grand, stately home at 2503 Nagawicka Road in Hartland, Wisconsin, offers pristine construction and numerous amenities. Custom designed and built in 2011 by coveted lake-home builder Colby Construction, this beautiful home combines symmetry and unique details to provide homeowners a luxurious lake living experience. Located on a level, 1.07-acre lot next to Nagawicka Lake, this home features abundant well-placed windows on each side. These windows provide a year-round view of the lake’s beauty while also allowing ample sunlight to bathe the spacious rooms within.
The home’s stone and wood exterior, attractive shuttered windows and elegant gables are reminiscent of a mountain lake retreat, with classical elements interwoven with contemporary design and construction. Conveniently nestled atop one garage, the home also includes a detached, heated 3.5-car garage, also perfect for storing favorite lake vehicles. This five bedroom, four-andone-half bath home boasts 5,000 square feet of well-designed space. Conveniently located within minutes’ drive from highway I-94, the home is part of the Lake Country school district.
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The home’s first floor great room features a soaring two-story ceiling with pleasing creamtoned walls accented with dark, cathedral-like beams and a Juliet balcony. A dark metal chandelier light suspended at the ceiling’s center offers an elegant artistic touch. A fireplace on one end of the room is flanked by attractive pale neutral cabinets and cupboards, the perfect storage spot for vases, books, or other treasured keepsakes. Classical white custom wood moulding accents the fireplace and edges the grand central set of windows in this room, which occupy one full wall. Floors in the great room and throughout the home are rich-toned dark Brazilian Cherry wood, a perfect accent to the lovely neutral and pastel hues of the home’s walls. This home features heated floors and a very special GeoThermal HVAV system that utilizes natural earth energy for heating and cooling. The home’s first floor maintains an open feel and flow of energy between rooms while also keeping the privacy and delineation of the unique character of each space. A formal dining room adjoins the great room. Here, a coffered creamy neutral-toned ceiling of a traditional height creates a more intimate space, perfect for dinner conversations and entertaining. A dark metal chandelier above the dining space complements the design of that in the great room and works with inset ceiling lights to supplement the room’s ample natural light. This room looks out on an outdoor desk space, an ideal spot to enjoy food and good company on a warm evening. The home’s kitchen continues the pleasing, classical elegance of the dining room and great room. An attractive kitchen island provides additional work space as well as an informal spot to converse or delight in a new culinary treat. The kitchen’s high-end appliances include a Wolf stove and Sub-Zero refrigerator, ideal for any food enthusiast. A luxurious first-floor master bedroom suite features a polished wood floor and coffered neutral-toned ceiling with a ceiling fan at the center. Windows in this room offer a beautiful view of the greenery and lawn beyond, but can also be discreetly masked using blinds or a sliding curtain. The master bathroom embodies classical elegance as well, with two sinks, each offering storage below, and an attractive tub set within an arched alcove. An ample walk-in closet off the master bedroom suite includes dark wood shelves, several clothing racks at two heights, and wood drawers for easy storage of and access to clothing
and accessories. A narrow window in the closet provides an open feeling in the space while also allowing natural light to enter. Bedrooms on the home’s second floor are individualized with pleasing, colorful walls. Each features a lovely view of the nature beyond, and all include a ceiling fan for circulating cool breezes on warmer days. Adjoining bathrooms are convenient for a large family or for visiting guests. Long window seats in each bedroom double as additional hidden storage spaces, with handy drawers to neatly tuck away toys, clothes, or mementos. A library or den on the home’s second floor offers a built-in bookcase on one wall. The tasteful neutral walls welcome the addition of cherished artwork, and a window with three sections provides a view of the landscape below. Inset circular ceiling lights enhance the incoming natural light. A three-season room includes a wallsized stone fireplace to warm visitors on cozy evenings as well as ample windows adjoining an outdoor deck beyond. A wood floor, walls and ceiling match the wood beam of the fireplace mantelpiece, and enhance the warm ambience of this gathering space. On the home’s lower level, a great room/living room offers the perfect place to host parties or relax. This spacious room includes a durable neutral-toned carpet and well-hidden inset ceiling lights. A full wall of windows provides a stunning view of the yard and lake beyond. Sliding curtains artfully close to create a private space for indoor entertaining. A stone fireplace at one end of the room provides a warm hearth for intimate conversation. A bar with convenient dark wood storage and a matching island/counter for seating anchors the other end of this lower level walk-out great room. Also on the lower level, a bathroom combines convenience with elegant design. Outside this beautiful home, a fenced-in deck looks out on lovely Nagawicka Lake beyond. This spot allows for a seamless flow of movement while entertaining guests indoors and outside on pleasant days. Lake pastimes, relaxation and recreation are accessible via a short walk across the home’s well-tended lawn. Homeowners and guests can enjoy boating and swimming off the home’s 100 prime feet of sand and gravel lake frontage. A built-in square outdoor fire pit provides a welcoming spot to gather after a swim or to simply relax when enjoying cherished gatherings with friends. The home at 2503 Nagawicka Road combines superb design and luxurious amenities with beautiful lake views and a waterfront location to create a masterful space in which to live, relax and entertain. n EXCLUSIVELY YOURS
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Ever wonder how designers make the rooms you see in magazines or on decorating shows look so good? It doesn’t always depend on paint colors or fabric choices. From fresh and airy, to intimate and cozy—and everything in between—lighting sets the tone of a room and should be an integral part of its design and layout. And you can make dramatic changes by doing something as easy as switching out a light bulb. So if you want to give a room a makeover, or just freshen it up a bit, use these tips from the lighting pros at
SYLVANIA to brighten things up. Types of Lighting Not only does a good lighting plan make a room more inviting, it also makes it more functional. To create a good lighting plan, you’ll need different kinds of light: n Ambient—Provides overall illumination and a comfortable level of brightness, allowing people to see and move around safely and easily. n Task—Helps you perform a specific activity, such as reading or playing games, by concentrating light in a particular place.
n Accent—Sets the mood and highlights certain areas and objects, such as paintings, walls and collectibles. n Decorative—Fixtures become an element of the space themselves, such as chandeliers or pendants. The type of light bulbs you use matter as well. Due to the EISA Act of 2007, traditional incandescent light bulbs will eventually be phased out; however there are several energyefficient options, ranging from CFLs to halogen or LED light bulbs. No matter
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Sarasota & Cocoa A Tale of Two beaches
While Florida is known for alligators, hurricanes and theme parks, it's a most prominent resource is its 1,350 miles of coastline. People all over the world travel to Florida to take in some sun on one of their many award-winning beaches. Two popular beaches are~ n n n
Cocoa Beach Located on Florida's east coast, Cocoa Beach gained fame during the 1960s due to Kennedy Space Center, NASA, and the space race. The setting for "I Dream of Jeannie," this kitschy little beach community has that mid-century Florida feel. The Cocoa Beach is often referred to as "beachside" by most of the locals since it's located on a thin strip of land that has the Banana River to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Cocoa Beach is lined with resorts and the famous Westgate Cocoa Beach Pier. On the pier you can grab a bite, after a busy day of surfing, in restaurants like Keith's Oyster Bar, the Rikki Tikki Tavern, and Pelican's Bar and Grill, giving you Oceanside scenic views while you dine. You can also drive down a bit further on A1A and choose to play in the surf at Jetty Park where you for a small fee you can avoid the crowds. There is also camping and RV hook-ups available. Cocoa Beach's waves are a little choppier, and there are often riptide warnings, so make sure you are supervising your children carefully.Sarasota
Sarasota Beach Located on the West Coast, Sarasota is home to six of Florida's most beautiful beaches. The west coast beaches boast gentler tides and gorgeous sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico. A series of six small islands make up the beaches of Sarasota n Longboat Key n Venice n Lido Key n Manasota Key n Siesta Key n Casey Key These beaches have a tropical feel and are home to such resorts as the Ritz-Carlton Sarasota that feature luxurious rooms to relax in after a day of sun-bathing on the sugar sands of Sarasota's beaches. When it comes to these two Beach towns, Cocoa has the feel of classic Florida and is a great place to spend the day with the family. Sarasota has the ambiance of a tropical vacation resort, where you and your partner sneak away for a weekend of romance. Either way, you can't go wrong. n
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The influence of global cultures is increasingly visible in home décor as technology expands homeowners’ worldviews. Acting on the inspiration of global trends can be as simple as shifting your outlook to bringing eye-catching features and everyday functions into your home. For example, playing with color, replacing doors and incorporating unique accents can help contribute to an on-trend style that flows seamlessly from room to room. Colors offer the opportunity to create a mood and update a space. Doors provide an average of 800 square feet of previously untapped design potential that can add visual interest and enhance the functionality of a room. As you make plans to redesign spaces within your home, watch for these trends in 2020. Nordic Noir If you crave simplicity and cleanliness, embrace the Scandinavian approach to design that’s all about moderation. Nordic Noir upholds values of
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minimalism and timeless devotion to well-made elements that are beautiful in their own simplicity. Muted colors like blue-gray and pale rose come to life on walls and in fabrics. Doors made of dark metal and wood paired with glass panels bring natural light and warmth into the home. Urban Country This trend brings the look and feel of rural living to urban spaces by pairing crisp white and warm neutrals with ornate fixtures. Elements like a craftsman-style front door with sidelights help to accentuate the home’s original detailing, while well-crafted, handmade pieces bring the heart and soul of country living into the space. Urban Country is perfect for the fast-paced urbanite looking to live a more balanced, slow-paced lifestyle. Rustic Luxury Geared toward those who need a personal space where they can restore energy and find balance, Rustic Luxury design helps homeowners disconnect from the demands of everyday life. With this trend, the focus is on creating harmony between natural and architectural design elements. Try mixing sculptural design pieces and greenery with natural wood doors and concrete benches for a calming counterbalance to frenetic, fast-paced living.
Acting on the inspiration of global trends can be as simple as shifting your outlook to bringing eye-catching features and everyday functions into your home. Pretty and Calm As female buying-power continues to increase, spaces are being redesigned to fit the lifestyles of modern women who often appreciate both contemporary and traditional design. Biophilic elements mixed with pale-hued colors, luxurious touches and textured glass doors are all key features for Pretty and Calm design. To achieve this style, play with textures that feature warm yet bold colors like pale blue, sunshine yellow and sage. Don’t be afraid to experiment with dissimilar materials to find the right combination of interest and comfort. Live and Work If you’re one of more than 3.4 million Americans working from home at least half of the time, you may require transitional spaces that accommodate both productivity and downtime. To adopt this design trend, consider the use of furniture and products that can serve multiple purposes. For example, modern barn doors in bold tones of vibrant orange or cool blue can provide privacy during work hours and serve as an industrial design accent off-hours. Mediterranean Escape If you classify yourself as a traveler, you may favor the style of 28
Mediterranean Escape. People who travel tend to bring blended influences from various cultures home. This trend helps homeowners showcase the intricate detail and culture in those treasured pieces. Paired with wrought iron accents, warm colors and arched doorways, Mediterranean Escape adds sophistication and story to nearly any space. Trends don’t have to impede individual design. Global influences like sustainability, craftsmanship and simplicity can be the foundation for creating an environment tailored to meet unique lifestyles and needs. Find more information and 2020 design inspiration at www.MasoniteTrends.com. n
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architectural shingles, all reminiscent of a Cape Cod beach estate. A lower level deck is visible from the upper level deck space. The lower level deck offers beautiful views of the lake and provides a delightful and welcoming space to entertain guests outdoors. The lower deck is flanked by a Lannonstone patio on one side and a New York slate patio on the other side. A path of crushed granite leads from these spaces past Hosta beds to the lake, where a new permanent pier extends over the sparkling water. The home’s lower level is accessible via a stairway off the foyer. The lower level living space is welcoming and consistent in design with that of the rest of the home. An additional family room on the lower level includes a natural split granite fireplace along one wall, a travertine floor, and a distinctive ceiling in alternating walnut and cherry woods. Windows in this room face the lake, while a door in this space leads to the outside deck and down to the lake beyond. A kitchen on the home’s lower level allows for seamless entertaining. Wolf appliances and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine fridge allow for expert food storage and preparation. A 48-inch granite countertop offers a prime area to prepare appetizers and treats or a full meal. Specially designed coffered ceilings here and throughout the lower level are an added design treasure. Double doors lead from the kitchen to an exercise area. Also adjoining the kitchen, for additional entertainment options, the home includes a movie theater room with a ten-foot movie screen, star-like ceiling lights, and 16 reclining leather seats. This superb lake estate offers the opportunity to enjoy gracious design and contemporary luxuries in a beautiful natural setting. n
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what room you’re looking to improve, there is an energy-efficient light option that will be a perfect fit. Dining Room n Using dimmers and layering with light gives you flexibility for different occasions. n For an elegant look, blend low levels of light sources throughout the room. n When installing light over the dining room table, be careful not to create shadows on the faces of your guests. Placing additional light sources elsewhere in the room helps to balance the light. n Use adjustable accent lamps with SYLVANIA halogen bulbs to highlight plants, artwork, or special furniture pieces. These bulbs are fully dimmable and use between 22 and 33 percent less energy than standard incandescent bulbs. Living Room n For general lighting, use fixtures with a dimmer. The light source is concealed, and with dimming capabilities you can change the lighting of the room for various activities from reading to movie watching. A good choice for these fixtures would be the SYLVANIA Ultra A-Line 12-watt LED bulbs. They’re the brightest replacement for the typical 60-watt incandescent bulbs, while using 80 percent less energy. They also last 25 times longer. n Wall sconces and floor lamps are good sources of task lighting for reading or playing games, while track fixtures can be used to highlight art work or unique wall treatments such as wall washing or glazing. n Place light sources at various heights within the room to add visual interest. n Use translucent shades on table lamps to contribute to the ambient light level. Bedrooms n General lighting can be provided by ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, fan lights, recessed downlights or wall sconces that use halogen or LED bulbs. n Use a floor-mounted directional fixture to project light through plants from the floor to soften a room with interesting shadows. Place the light behind a large plant or indoor tree and aim it through the leaves towards the ceiling. n Use a low wattage energy efficient bulb to brighten up the closet. These bulbs have a long life and offer energy-efficiency and quality color. n Provide light for reading by choosing swingarm or flexible bedside lamps. n EXCLUSIVELY YOURS
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A laundry room may be one of the spaces that you use the most, but cramped quarters and clutter can hinder your productivity. Eliminate the excuses and get your laundry room under control with these tips to add function to your washing routine. Use space wisely. Your laundry room may not have a big footprint, but you probably have more usable space than you realize. Install shelves or storage units on the walls and consider the ceiling as a spot to hang a floating drying rack. Don’t overlook the back of the door, where you can mount a storage system or use an over-the-door alternative. Maximize storage. Many laundry rooms suffer from a lack of storage, which hinders space to fold and manage laundry while making the room less pleasant overall. A durable, attractive organization system like Dimensions by ClosetMaid can add instant
organization and style to your laundry room. The system provides numerous design options, convenient accessories and configurations of cabinets and drawers, accommodating virtually any space. Resist wrinkles. Prevent unsightly wrinkles by hanging garments straight out of the dryer. A hanging rod is easy to install and lets you take advantage of vertical space in smaller rooms. Be sure to also stock up on hangers of various styles so you always have an ample supply ready when the buzzer sounds that another load is ready for your attention. Promote ventilation. Another common issue in laundry rooms is limited ventilation, which can promote mold, affect air quality and hinder air drying for special garments. A clever way to enhance ventilation while increasing your storage space is ventilated
shelving that helps keep air flow moving. For example, ClosetMaid’s Premium Wood Kits feature sturdy slatted shelves to stash your laundry essentials and can include accessories like hanging rods. Create a folding station. One of the biggest laundry pitfalls is folding and putting away clean clothes. A clear, clean space in the laundry room can help nudge you toward completing the task more efficiently. If you have front-loading machines, it may be as simple as adding a counter or sturdy shelf above them. If you use top-loaders, you may need to get more creative. If there’s room, a laundry sorter with a flat top is a good solution. Or if floor space is at a premium, you might consider a shelf that mounts to the wall and folds down when you need it. Get inspired with more laundry room ideas at www.ClosetMaid.com. n
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by Ger trude M. Puelicher
Some weeks ago as a snow-laden wind howled its way through the woods, the birches bent with its force; the Norways, stiffly upright, fought it proudly, although their branches quivered under the onslaught. A conical shaped suet feeder swung crazily, like a jerky gymnast showing off his tricks. To the side of the feeder clung a chickadee, his tiny claws dug deep into the suet, his black-topped head bobbing as he hammered away at the chunk of fat. He was oblivious to the storm, oblivious of the wild ride the feeder was taking him on, oblivious of everything except his desire for food. Fear was no part of his thinking. Evidently birds have a built-in radar system that keeps them in touch with the Spirit within; hence, they know no fear. A Bible verse we humans would do well to remember tells us that “God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” A corollary to that statement might be “There is a spirit in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding.” Has the time not come for us to recognize that Spirit within and be grateful for the understanding that comes through the inspiration of the Almighty? What is it we need to understand? That we need not fear. We need not fear war nor lack nor revolution nor economic disaster. We need not fear anything because God’s gifts to us do not include fear. Fear is an unknown quantity in God’s universe. John tells us that “perfect love casteth out fear.” Love of whom? Love of God. Love of God casts out fear. How? Because we are assured “Thou wilt
keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee.” If, then, in our love for Him we keep our minds stayed on God, we will be kept in perfect peace, and there can be no fear in peace that comes from the Father within. What about the other gifts—power, love, a sound mind? Paul said, “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” There is power available to each of us as it was to Paul. All we need have is the conviction of that statement’s truth. Paul believed it unwaveringly. What about the power of love? Read the 13th chapter of First Corinthians—“Faith, hope and charity but the greatest of these is charity (love).” A sound mind? What constitutes a sound mind? One that recognizes God, Infinite Intelligence, as its source, and never deviates from that premise. A mind that realizes the significance of “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding; in all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths.” Finally, in Paul’s advice to the Philippians we recognize his concept of a sound mind when he exhorts them “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.” We, too, can stand firmly in the face of whatever storms may arise when we rule out of our thinking as power anything that does not come from God. The Omnipresence, Omnipotence and Omniscience of the Father within are our security from now unto eternity. Let us rest in that and be glad. n
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