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The master suite is breathtakingly splendid. There are soft brown tones coloring the curved walls, showcasing the unique architecture, and extending to the high vaulted ceiling with pine tongue and groove. The high wooden and engraved posts on the king size bed flatter the marble-topped refurnished wooden dresser. Lengthened plantation shutters have the ability to light up this room and allow access to the back porch, where a cup of coffee serves as the ideal companion for listening to the early morning chirps.

Walking into the master bath, the spacious room is illumined by ceiling lights and sunlight shining through the house’s trademark expansive windows. Polished travertine glosses the counter tops and tile floors. The bath is coupled with a voluminous walk in shower and a soaking tub- which is positioned below two wallfilling windows that have a direct view to the backyard’s wooded area. After passing a wood finished vanity, there are his & her sinks and walk-in closets, as well as a bidet and toilet closet. Following the curved wall staircase, once again showcasing the house’s

unique architecture, the main floor leads to a suite downstairs. The all lush carpeted basement is a complete second home. Its second full kitchen is stocked with all major appliances, classic wood cabinets placed against sleek lustrous black wall coloring, and a lengthened counter top for a breakfast bar. As a twin to the living room upstairs, an inviting space awaits with high vaulted ceilings, expansive windows, a second fireplace, and a built in bookcase. This room is superlative for visiting guests who enjoy privacy. The room is exceedingly open, and creates an atmosphere that is great for entertaining


High Country Home Spring 2012  

High Country Home Spring 2012