A double crown of king posts with diagonal struts spotlights the Brycewood’s vaulted porch. Inside, natural light washes into the lofty, vaulted foyer through sidelights, a transom, and two sets of upper level windows over the door. It’s an impressive welcome.
Ahead is the breathtakingly expansive, vaulted great room. Not only does it have a lofty, vaulted ceiling, but its volume is further increased by a sunken floor, a full 30 inches lower than the rest of the rooms. A wealth of windows, stacked three high, fills the rear wall, and a wide fireplace is all that stands between this room and the foyer.
Standing at the kitchen sink, you have a bird’s eye view of this bright, open space. On its own level, the kitchen is practically a world unto itself. Features of note include: built-in appliances, a prep sink, a large work island rimmed on one side by a conversation bar, and wide sliding glass doors that open onto a covered deck.
The kitchen is open to a dining room with a built-in hutch, and close to a generously-sized utility room and a roomy pantry designed to house a freezer, if desired. Double doors in the dining room open into a vaulted family room where an entertainment center fills one entire wall.
Spacious and inviting are words that describe the owners’ suite. The ceiling is vaulted in the sleeping area, stacked windows fill the rear wall, and the bathroom boasts a dual vanity, oversized shower, private toilet, and an extra-large walk-in closet.
Secondary bedrooms are on the opposite side of the Brycewood, along with a two-section bathroom, and access to a three-car garage with overhead recreation room.