The Armstrong custom home exemplifies the modern farmhouse style. This 4 bedroom, 3 full bath home showcases the modern, open-concept design. You enter into the large, open foyer through double front doors and as you walk on the luxury vinyl plank flooring to enter the main room, the vaulted ceilings draw your eyes upward. In front of you is the Napoleon gas fireplace with Ledgestone surround by Environmental Stoneworks and shiplap wrapped around all sides to the vaulted ceiling. What a stunner!
Right off the foyer is the dining room with double french doors by Reeb to allow light in. Also on the first floor is the master suite and guest suite. The master bathroom contains a large, tiled shower with lots of glass panels and shower door.
Besides the grand fireplace design, the kitchen is what draws your attention as well on the first floor. The cabinetry is 2-tone, which includes white perimeter cabinets and a Maritime island, all by Kemper. A white, wood hood seamlessly blends with the cabinets and the kitchen is finished off with a tile kitchen backsplash, granite countertops by Malsnee Tile & Stone, and an ample amount of counter space.
An added bonus to this kitchen is the large walk-in pantry with cabinetry and butcher block countertops which you enter through a sliding barn door. This same style flows to the laundry room, also through a sliding barn door.
You access the additional two bedrooms and full bathroom on the second floor using the staircase that climbs behind the fireplace. What a unique design! As you climb, you will notice a beautiful craftsman style railing and newel post accompanied by a modern, cable railing.
The customers chose the Viwinco 4-Lite Patio Door to exit onto their rear covered patio and to allow additional natural light into the home. This was the first house we built that installed the Viwinco black exterior windows and we think they look amazing. Fun fact – the interior of the windows are white!
The modern farmhouse style is seen on the exterior with a combination of board & batten as well as clapboard horizontal vinyl siding in Colonial White by Certainteed. Permacast Roughsawn Columns by HB&G were installed on both the front and rear porches. A unique feature that seems to be gaining popularity is the stamped concrete on both porches which just adds more character to this gorgeous home.
The Hidden Feature
It isn’t just the features you can see in this home that are appealing. This homeowner also chose to install the greenest, most efficient heating and cooling system known as Geothermal HVAC. This system works with nature to supply your home with its heating and cooling needs. How interesting!