• Front-Elevation
  • Foyer
  • Kitchen
  • Master-Bath
  • Trusses
  • Turret-Elevation

Upon entering this shingle-style house, visitors can take in the architectural richness of the residence as they look straight through the home to a formal family room with 20 foot ceilings.

The ceiling lines echo the gambrel roofline of the exterior with architecturally detailed exposed structural wood trusses that were specially built for the space by Brenner Builders.

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Paneled knee walls and custom-fabricated decorative columns flank the entrance to the family room. An arched upper-level window is the perfect complement to the room’s detailing. Oak floors and granite counter tops give the kitchen a warm and inviting feeling.

The master bedroom is conveniently separated from the other second-floor bedrooms by a walkway “bridge” that runs through the center of the home.

The master bath is located in a two-story turret. During the day the room, which has radiant heat and paneled walls, is bathed in natural light from the double-height windows.

From outside, the most prominent feature of the home is the turret, but visitors should be sure to also note the three different shingle patterns on the exterior.