The view from the southwest, coming up the driveway.
The west porch features timber framing supported by glacier erratics found on the property. Click here to see more details.
The homeowners anticipate that the 400 s.f. flatplate solar collector will provide hot water for 50% of the space heating needs and 90% of the domestic hot water. The 2.8 Kw photovoltaic tracker should produce 4,500 kilowatt hours per year.
The inverters for the photovoltaic system, which was installed by Photovoltaic Systems of Amherst.
The east side screen porch features pine paneling on ceiling & walls, and acid-etched colored concrete floors. The porch is timber-framed with cast concrete window sills.
The oak and pine mudroom storage lockers provide lots of space for coats, hats & boots.
The stairs feature an under-the-handrail LED nightlight and spindles of hammered black steel.
View down from the stair landing.
At the top of the 2nd floor stairway, a play-deck/reading nook was created for small tots, accessed by a 3-step oak ladder.
Kitchen cabinets are cherry-stained oak crafted by Twin Springs Designs. Counters are Zodiac Quartz.
The ceramic tile backsplash was installed by John of Birnamwood Tile.
The masonry heater features a bakeoven on the kitchen side.
Acid-etched colored concrete floors by Alchemy Concrete flow through the home.
The living room, looking towards the kitchen & dining area.
The southwest corner of the living room with a view of the timber framed barrel vault ceiling.
A windowseat made from oak flooring provides extra storage space in the dining area and an awesome view of the prairies and woods to the south and east.
The master bedroom.
The master bathroom Japanese-style soaking tub and shower.
The master bathroom vanity. The textured gypsum plaster walls are tinted with American Clay pigment.