Owners Simon and Felicia Brady had their layout in your mind when they approached the team at MAEK Homes to execute the construct, with a rough strategy created through a house design program. While the pitched roof and application of framing components fit nicely with the surrounding heritage homes, the simple sophistication of black and white gives it a modern feel. It is astonishingly lively small downtown might even wind up being the highlight of a longer journey. Note that several companies in Los Alamos are shut on weekdays. Still another piece of history is the home one passes going up the lane.
Their three kids were raised in a house they possessed two miles away. Once the children were gone, the Walters chose to try to find a harbor on the water. But, they needed a place their kids, sons in law and granddaughter Olivia would adore seeing. Also, they sought a location for entertaining relatives and buddies. We need them to feel welcome. We do lots of celebrations. Everyone assembles here at Christmas. Indoors, the cool tones continue together with the inclusion of Pandomo polished concrete floors and lumber touches. Their house, constructed in 1996, is among the more recent houses on the tour, but it overlooks a reminder of Maryland’s past. Encompassed by a Victorian-age fence of wrought iron free of the gate, the little plot has an old limestone headstone that mentions he expired at his home,” but makes no mention of his political history. The Walters tend the graveside, which, via an easement, belongs to the state. Another vestige of the past is the very first thing one sees when pulling into the drive. This is a huge Victor White Swamp Oak, the earliest in Queen Anne’s County as well as the next oldest in Maryland. Grayson could have sat under the tree through the years he lived on the property, from 1814 until his passing. Going under the hammer this weekend, this luxurious riverside home has multiple entertaining places within its 800 square metres of living space. The two-storey layout places the principal living spaces on the very best floor, with expanses of glass to maximise the river and city views. The balcony is a great place to take in the views and is equipped with an outside kitchen and heaters. The resort design primary suite is, also, on this particular level, nicely divided from the other bedrooms all with en suites downstairs.
They have assembled a tiny farm garden on the correct part of the property using a greenhouse as well as a henhouse. On the left side, close to the cover, to prevent additional erosion, Michael handset a long expanse of river rocks to slow and filter running rainwater. The little henhouse is home to almost a dozen hens. Close to the greenhouse is several fruit-bearing bushes. Close to the garden farm is the outside pool, an azure retreat. Hung for a party, it was such an unexpected joy, the couple never brought it back indoors. The back of the house faces Gifts Cove, which flows into the Wye River. From the back deck, the veranda shadowed places with seats, as well as the pier; one has a panoramic view of the cove and nearby inlets. No surprise, all the Adirondack seats face the water. At the outside fire pit, the couple loves grilling crab cakes with lemon soda for their guests. Also, they prepare Oysters Rockefeller and other delicious nibbles. Oenophiles can try the goods of local wineries at a few laid-back tasting rooms situated on Bell Street, the town’s main drag. Frequency is a small winery with large thoughts. Casa Dumetz Wines and its adjoining Babis Beer Emporium are ideal for a couple composed of a wine aficionado as well as a craft beer enthusiast. The winery, owned by winemaker Sonja Magdevski does a great Grenache while their beer pub has six craft beers on tap, a choice of bottled beers, as well as a beer garden.
This owner-built, double-storey house close to parklands has been designed for low-maintenance living. Swimmers utilizing the pool don’t have any need to traipse wet feet inside since there’s an outside bathroom with shower and toilet. Apart from a guest bedroom downstairs, the sleeping quarters are on the top level, together using a study and action room. The primary suite has balcony access. In addition to a double garage with internal entry, there’s also an added garage to the side for those who have extra vehicles or those needing a big risk-free workshop. It is a just stunning 64 owner-assembled home on a huge low-carb block which contains four complete living zones, alfresco entertaining as well as a solar-heated pool, representative Deidre Peacock says. With marble tiling, polished blackbutt timber floors and modern finishes throughout, as well as an elevator to service both floors, this house also comes with a tiered-chairs home theatre with pub, an office that opens to a courtyard, as well as a scullery off the beautiful kitchen. The fitness center carries a sauna and links straight to the pool and hot tub place for an all around workout. All the visitors who arrive at the property say the pictures don’t do this house justice, representative Alastair Baird-Murray says. Luckily, MAKE’s design team understood the Bradys vision and manager Jon McComish stated that they could turn around the 400sqm modern barn-style house after a four-week design procedure and eight-month construct.
The U-shaped room captured the most compelling facets of the 680sqm block and had unbelievable indoor/outdoor flow, together with the living space, dining, kitchen and Chief suite all centring on the pool, garden, and alfresco area. The kitchen has a central aisle that unifies with an everyday breakfast bar, ideal for the family of four. A mixture of lumber and white polish-veneer cabinetry supplies lots of storage, as does the scullery, as well as the kitchen is complete with white Italian stone benchtops, Bosch appliances as well as a glass splashback that dominates a bamboo garden. The primary goal was to produce a modern interpretation of a single-storey house; that sat well with the neighbouring houses, but we weren’t going to copy, Mr. McComish said. This Subi Centro home has the additional incentive of a one-bedroom, one bathroom studio over the back garage, ideal for guest lodging or as a teen escape. Inside the modern executive home, shine red laminated cabinetry, black granite bench tops, and stainless steel appliances join to amazing effect in the kitchen. A burled veneer pub with black granite top next to the dining room is an ideal place to perch for a pre-dinner drink. They sometimes visit the weekly auctions at nearby Crumpton Auction Barn in Crumpton and join the bid on bits that catch their eye. It belonged to Michael’s great-grandfather, who owned a produce company in Baltimore.
The adjoining sun room, where they spend lots of their indoor hours, is a mixture of heirloom and newfound bits. A painted metal and glass terrarium is a Crumpton grab. The open kitchen is home to the 2nd flock of chickens. They everywhere! In paintings. A ceramic pair is scraping on the polished granite island. Another pair lurks nearby basket of excellent spirits while yet another couple conceals near the polished stainless steel fridge. The primary suite opens onto a private deck, and there’s also an undercover alfresco area with built in grill suited to year round entertaining. The property will appeal to buyers needing the wow factor, representative Trevor Neil says.
The ensuite features lumber-look tiles, a black freestanding bathtub, and powder-coated tapware on the double dressing table. The shower and tub dominate a lovely garden attribute. Set over three degrees of luxurious waterfront living, this French provincial-style mansion on the banks of Swan River has floor-to-ceiling windows to improve the perspectives. Representative Nik Jones says its closeness to the river provides the house a feeling of floating on the water.
The wrought iron double door entrance leads into an opulent living zone. The sumptuous chief suite is really on the very best floor, together with a study with such stunning views it’ll always be a joy to work in such encompasses. The lower level contains two bedrooms, two toilets, along with another kitchen, which Mr. Jones says could function as a self-contained flat, perfect for multi-generational families. Outdoor is gated entrance to the shore trail while you can relax in the saltwater pool and hot tub overlooking the river. The versatile playroom would likewise make a terrific office, and has a boxed bay window that doubles as a characteristic on the facade. We had an incredibly strong view of what we needed, she said. We could see the end product but understood it could be difficult to interpret.