Lay of the Land - Two half walls on either side of the stairs separate the main floor living room from the kitchen/dining area and screened porch beyond.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and Eastern white pine wood throughout brighten the home.
Family Rooms - The downstairs, with access to a bricked patio, houses a comfy bunk room plus two other bedrooms, all perfectly adaptable as the couple’s two young children grow into teenagers and eventually adults, perhaps with children of their own.
The master suite and bedroom.
Privacy Please - The dogtrot has a glass wall on one side and a concealed butler’s pantry.
Outdoor Hang - With stained cedar siding and vanilla-hued stone, the home’s dusky façade blends into the surrounding forest. A small lawn with a fire pit is accessible from the master suite and from the living room via a small bridge, which spans a narrow creek bed separating the two sections of the home.
At Peace - The screened porch sits perched amid the trees and is a dreamy spot to relax with a book, enjoy a meal, or play a board game. The vaulted ceiling makes the porch feel spacious, while the corn crib-inspired slats on the gable lend an interesting lighting aspect.