Today’s home tour by Birdseye is gorgeous both inside and out, but it also possesses a special wow factor that you might find surprising. Ready to step inside this historic stone farmhouse?
The industrial style family room enjoys a glass garage door of sorts that opens up to an outdoor dining area. On a side note, my family is taking a vacation this August to Door County, Wisconsin and the house we’ve chosen to stay in has a door just like this!
A beautiful, pastoral scene is painted a la mural style on the room that leads into the kitchen. What a pretty and peaceful room.
Between the mural room and the kitchen is a charming butler’s pantry in the room with a galvanized metal counter top.
And now for the amazing two-story kitchen that you wouldn’t expect to see in an historic stone farmhouse. Look at all the architectural details, like those custom wood beams on the ceiling – and the winding staircase at the far end of the kitchen.
Here’s the view of the kitchen from the balcony at the top of the staircase landing. Windows all around let plenty of natural light shine in.
The bedrooms are serene and peaceful, without a lot of color but beautiful nevertheless.
A second bedroom enjoys both a unique ceiling and floor treatment. A balcony beckons you outside first thing in the morning.
I think this is my favorite bathroom ever. I love the rustic stone wall with floor-to-ceiling pale blue curtains. The painted claw foot tub and white tufted chair take the room to the next level.
A custom mud room creates the perfect space for transitioning from the outdoors to the indoors. I love all the custom windows throughout the home.
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