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Geoffrey Butler Architecture & Planning
Photographed By Mark Darley
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Exterior; Photo Credit: Bruce Martin
Seattle Staged to Sell and Design LLC
Midcentury home exterior with simple, but neatly landscaped garden with a grassy lawn and hedges.
Rockefeller Kempel Architects
Photography: Eric Staudenmaier
Boyenga Team / Compass
Moments away from downtown California Ave, dining, and Caltrain access, a new beginning awaits in this newly constructed modern masterpiece in Evergreen Park. This dream residence with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms features a variety of amenities within its breathtaking interior. Upon entry through its spectacular oversized 8ft wide pivot door is a visually stunning and emotionally soothing sanctuary of simplicity in an expansive and wide-open floor plan. A single level home with wide french white oak floors flooded in natural light that seamlessly unifies every room. A breathtaking fireplace design that stuns from every angle defined with Porcelanosa imported tile that spans the entire 18ft high wall on both sides. Soaring ceiling heights of 18 ft that allow ample room to breathe, and an option to add up to 450 square feet of loft space. At the center of it all is the gourmet kitchen with custom Modern Cabinetry, a built-in refrigerator, wine room, a lavish and expansive kitchen island, waterfall-wrapped in extra thick Calacatta Borghini marble, that matches it’s simplicity with the fireplace. A Pecan wood finished breakfast bar is added along the marble edge adding just the right amount of warmth in the kitchen. Finally a built-in Miele appliance package guaranteed to satisfy the most demanding chef. The kitchen links to the dining and living areas maintaining the open floor plan. The warm flooring and clean lines from fine architectural craftsmanship complete the modern look you are looking for. Custom stone tile and marble highlight the bathrooms, and the Idyllic Master suite boasts an escape to the patio.
Mitchell & Best Homes
This stunning custom home features beautiful curb appeal with mixed siding material, a sleek black gable roof, and remarkable yard space. The solid white columns along the front porch and front door offer an elegant appeal to the exterior of this Maryland home.
Designer Lyne Brunet
Atlanta modern home designed by Dencity, LLC and built by Cablik Enterprises.
Jeffery Poss Architect, PLLC
Jeffery S. Poss, FAIA
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Located on a five-acre rocky outcrop, The Mountain Retreat trades in Manhattan skyscrapers and the scuttle of yellow cabs for sweeping views of the Catskill Mountains and hawks gliding on the thermals below. The client, who loves mountain biking and rock climbing, camped out on the hilltop during the siting of the house to determine the best spot, angle and orientation for his new escape. The resulting home is a retreat carefully crafted into its unique surroundings. The Mountain Retreat provides a unique and efficient 1,800 sf indoor and outdoor living and entertaining experience. The finished house, sitting partially on concrete stilts, gives way to a striking display. Its angular lines, soaring height, and unique blend of warm cedar siding with cool gray concrete panels and glass are displayed to great advantage in the context of its rough mountaintop setting. The stilts act as supports for the great room above and, below, define the parking spaces for an uncluttered entry and carport. An enclosed staircase runs along the north side of the house. Sheathed inside and out with gray cement board panels, it leads from the ground floor entrance to the main living spaces, which exist in the treetops. Requiring the insertion of pylons, a well, and a septic tank, the rocky terrain of the immediate site had to be blasted. Rather than discarding the remnants, the rocks were scattered around the site. Used for outdoor seating and the entry pathway, the rock cover further emphasizes the relation and integration of the house into the natural backdrop. The home’s butterfly roof channels rainwater to two custom metal scuppers, from which it cascades off onto thoughtfully placed boulders. The butterfly roof gives the great room and master bedroom a tall, sloped ceiling with light from above, while a suite of ground-room floors fit cozily below. An elevated cedar deck wraps around three sides of the great room, offering a full day of sunshine for deck lounging and for the entire room to be opened to the outdoors with ease. Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: John Kim Project Team: Jacob Moore Manufacturer: Apex Homes, INC. Engineer: Robert Silman Associates, P.C., Greg Sloditski Contractor: JH Construction, INC. Photographer: © Floto & Warner
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
Unique, angled roof line defines this house