The traditional front elevation of this luxurious home belies the rear elevation, where window walls bring light into every room. Transoms are sited over most windows, and a large half-round window brings even more light into the grand room with its tray ceiling.
Both the foyer and the formal dining room rise for 14 feet, making a dynamic first impression. Several rooms are placed on the diagonal, generating excitement.
The kitchen, breakfast room and gathering room comprise one large informal area, divided only by an angled eating bar. Both the breakfast and gathering rooms are bayed, and a fireplace and vaulted ceiling are features of the gathering room.
Another vaulted ceiling crowns the master bedroom with its bayed sitting area and a double walk-in closet. A tray ceiling tops the master bath with its five fixtures, including a sink next to knee space for the woman of the house.
Bedrooms two and three each enjoy a private bath. Bonus space upstairs leads to attic storage space.