Magnificent House Tour

It’s time for another Dreamy Dwelling Home Tour.  This beautiful home integrates the outdoors into the light filled majesty of it’s magnificent design. I love the simple landscape, beautiful shutters, and large dormer windows. The beauty continues inside! Let’s not wait another second to walk through this Magnificent House Tour.

This home is cast with the finest materials inside and out. Limestone walls and floors blend a quality feel with clean and simple elegance. An elegant double wide staircase, a direct view to the central courtyard and a magnificent custom front door are visible immediately upon entering.

Fourteen foot ceilings on the first floor with three gorgeous chandeliers.

The custom metal doors allow light to stream in and open to the courtyard.

One of two full seating areas, this section focuses on the custom fireplace.

A formal elegance with magnificent lighting fixtures. A butler’s pantry connects to the kitchen. A wine storage is also built in.

Light filled with clean lines and open to the most active areas of the home, this kitchen is truly a dream.

Designed to reflect the artistry of it’s owners, this family area seamlessly adjoins the meal preparation area.

Step into the outdoor living and dining spaces from the kitchen and family room. Visible from almost everywhere in the home the multipurpose courtyard is the place for memories to be created.

The outdoor area integrates indoor and outdoor throughout particularly in the central courtyard.

A true summer kitchen properly designed.

Master bedroom balcony opens to the courtyard with view of the pool.

One would expect a bath of this proportion in a Chateau. The two fully separated his and hers master baths with dressing rooms was a fun surprise!

Special lighting is provided in the vanity mirror. Is this Architectural Digest?

Her closet and dressing area.

His dressing room is more like a country club locker room.

Only to work from home in an office like this.

One of the secondary bedrooms.  I love this sweet nursery for twins.

Large side yard. Plenty of room for outdoor games. Which is your favorite room in this house?

Magnificent House Tour


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  1. Carol says:

    Must be nice to be wealthy.