An extraordinary home designed by architect Vincent Amore, an early commissions built closely with the family using native stone from the site. Created with intricate stone wall formations, glass, skylights and wood, it is perfectly sited on 11 acres and combines with pastures and mature trees to provide a peaceful and private retreat. From the dramatic entryway you can see that the living room is the heart of the home with a stunning stone fireplace and floor to ceiling windows that provide views of the beautiful surroundings. The house melds the outdoors and indoors and the patio becomes an extension of the living room in the warmer months, ideal for outdoor entertaining and enjoying the surrounding natural beauty. Charming details abound in the house – uplighting, metalwork, shoji-style screen dividers. The dining room between the large living space and the kitchen has its own views across the fields. There is a wonderful den (with its own fireplace), four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, all fanning out from a central skylit hallway. The primary has its own private hallway, a wall of glass overlooking the gardens, a built in desk/cabinet and an en-suite bathroom. Other features: a two-car carport, a walk-out basement that opens to a sunken courtyard, a barn and grazing pastures for horses, plus a large shed for vehicles and equipment. The owners were early adaptors to solar and panels are located in a nearby field. Abutting acres of protected water company land.
Updated on May 23, 2023 at 4:12 am