A Transitional design blends classic and modern elements in this timeless, singular rural Verona home.
Warm wood tones complement the black and white contrasting color palette, and striking features catch your eye in nearly every room: MiaCucina Italian melamine cabinetry, a Tracer Loop chandelier, custom metal railing and a unique glass wine cellar. Modern finishes include floating vanities, back lit mirrors, wall-mounted faucets, and a waterfall island countertop edge.
A tongue-and-groove covered porch with stucco columns welcomes you into an open first floor layout with high ceilings and a large window wall. White Oak fluted floor-to-ceiling paneling dramatizes the inset fireplace and television. The gourmet kitchen features Cambria quartz countertops with a full-height backsplash, a large eat-in island and a hidden pantry. The nearby three season porch and a deck with a double-sided fireplace complete the entertainment space.
The first-floor primary suite includes a fireplace, zero-entry shower, soaking tub and floating vanity. The laundry room is accessible from the primary suite’s walk-in closet. The main level also encompasses a half bath and a mudroom with a MiaCucina bench.
The second floor houses two additional bedroom suites and a large bonus room.
A guest bedroom suite, half bath, exercise room, family room with large wet bar, golf simulator and theater area, and the glass wine cellar compose the lower level.
The crowd-pleasing exterior is a mix of Glen Gary brick in Aspen White, Dove White stucco and Snowscape White LP SmartSide.
The Brio Design Homes team developed this design in partnership with our clients for their growing family. Our in-house craftsmanship ensures the home will live and last like no other. Let Brio guide you every step of the way to a home that’s Just Your Style.