Though a distinctly modern home, it belongs in the Blue Ridge Mountains; it rests in their sunset shadows and the roofline gently follows the peaks and valleys in the distance.
The interior of the home is largely a neutral palette of white paint complimented by pops of natural materials including walnut doors, floors and douglas fir interior beam. It hosts an abundance of carefully chosen furniture and artwork. Though impressive, these furnishings share the stage with numerous amazing architectural details. These include a massive double-sided fireplace with floor to ceiling book-matched granite and handmade cabinetry. All the millwork in the home was fabricated by our in-house cabinet shop with a variety of styles and finishes. A floating steel stair provides access to the lower level of the home which houses recreation spaces as well as a working office and massage area. A second staircase escorts guests to the third floor of the home to take advantage of three additional master suites and their own living area and laundry. Each suite has a unique view and are arranged for individual privacy. Every element of the home evokes a sense of freedom and longevity. When you take a moment to step back and take the entire home into perspective you realize it is hard to absorb it all in one experience and as you depart it makes you want to stop and look back to appreciate this home that is setting a new standard for homes in the community by influencing the architecture and style. A home so beautiful, in fact, that it was used as the location for a ©Peter Millar photo shoot; a brand that embodies luxury, elegance and a dedication to superior craftsmanship – traits we know quite well.
Ridgeline of the home reflects the mountain range’s peaks and valleys behind it