There’s that old saying, “they don’t make ’em like they used to,” but you’ll find that today’s tour includes period details in a new construction home.
Natural wood beams in the kitchen mingle with painted beams to create a high-end look. Custom cabinetry and a large island balance the architecture overhead.
The custom hood above the double-range stove contains slide-out storage for spices and other cooking necessities.
The butcher block topped kitchen island adds warmth to the stone counter tops. Framed arched doorways lead your eye to the main hallway in this new construction home.
A gorgeous stairway greets you in the entryway, while a classic checkerboard floor provides a hint of the architectural history in the area.
True craftsmanship is shown throughout all the period details in the new construction home located in the Berwyn, PA area of Chester County – known for its gorgeous collection of historic homes.
Details continue to the outside of the home where you’ll find a beautiful stone fireplace on the patio.
The roof, shutters, recessed doorway, and more all reflect the owner’s desire to maintain the historic appeal of the neighborhood even though their house is new.