This Traditional Hybrid style home was designed to maximize views of Lake Kegonsa and endure the unique use that comes with lakeside living. Though situated on a narrow lot with typical setbacks, intentional design enables an ample floor plan, inside and out.
Exterior stone and timber gables accent horizontal vinyl and board and batten siding. The screened porch has tongue and groove walls and ceiling, and lakeside access decking features white posts and black spindles.
A vaulted ceiling and extra-large windows stand out in the great room, providing a waterfront experience even from the loft. The fireplace is yet another highlight of the great room, with custom stone and shiplap surround and timber mantel.
In the kitchen, maple cabinetry painted gray and quartz countertops complement the white subway tile backsplash with a multicolored glass mosaic accent band and panel above the stove. A walk-in pantry is set apart by a sliding barn door.
The first-floor master suite features maple cabinetry, granite countertops, a zero-entry tile shower and a walk-in closet. A window wall brings natural light to the staircase leading to the loft and two second-floor bedrooms and a bathroom. White trim carries a lightness throughout.
A combined mudroom and laundry room off the garage features cubbies and a drop zone. LVP flooring on the main level provides maximum durability, and the lower level is plumbed for a future bathroom and wet bar.