This 3.85 acre piece of land off Freemanville Rd in Milton features a beautifully authentic Historic Barn at the entrance of the property.
Front elevation with brick table up, roof, siding and board and batten painted Sherwin Williams Alabaster, gutters installed and terracotta chimney cap.
A masculine room finished with shiplap on walls and ceiling, a stone fireplace flanked by custom designed gun case and bookcase. The fireplace has a barn wood mantle custom selected and wooden ceiling beams bringing warmth into the space.
This Kitchen was inspired by a number of different elements the client and I chose to marry into one space. The bespoke cabinetry was well thought out and we loved adding the interest of the wooden stained cabinet to display some of the finer Kitchen pieces and add another element to the space.
Rich with millwork throughout, we wanted to create interest immediately upon entering the home which shows here with the butt board ceilings.
This gorgeous front entry highlights the tall solid wood double doors and beautiful copper gas lanterns. A blue ceiling was added to hold true to the southern belief that it wards off bugs and adds some interest.
The focal wall of Carter's room was designed with boarn and batten and then implementing the same gooseneck light fixture that the historic barn has on the property. The custom window treatments will finish this out and more photos will be displayed once complete.
This family loves outdoor spaces and walking out to the pool. From the family room you walk out the door to this beautiful screened porch with a grilling area to the side. The stained ceilings warm up the area with hand selected limestone floors, old world brick and another custom beam for the mantle over the outdoor fireplace. I personally love the touch the homeowner added of the criss cross base around the perimeter of the screened porch bringing in that farm feel and playing off the dutch door we had installed around the corner.
The beautiful back of the custom Freemanville build. This showcases the screened porch, the alabaster siding and batten and board, old world brick, the back patio and grilling area, and more. The pool has now been constructed and more photos will follow.
The Master Bath showcases a wall of tile with a freestanding tub. The oversized shower is absolutely stunning and features white marble tile on walls and floor. The double vanities are also beautiful and finished in a gray color. More photos to be taken.
The staircase includes board and batten up the stairs to add interest and we placed two wall sconces for light and detail.
Dining room details include floor to ceiling windows on front, taller windows on back focal wall to allow for breakfront piece. Ceiling millwork detail includes butt board inside coffered ceiling beams.
The layout omitted upper cabs to give a nice open feel and allow for more windows. The pitched ceiling was finished with beadboard. A ceiling pendant hangs in the middle of the pitched ceiling and then wall sconces above the windows. SO beautiful!
The board and batten detail carried through to the garage doors but my favorite was the detail above the doors including incorporating a look alike corbel indicative of some we found in the historic barn on the property.