As featured in Colonial Home Magazine
"Working with architect Don Rasmussen and interior designer Melinda Gray - as well as talented builder, Jim Cutuli - the couple built a home dear to their hearts. "We wanted a warm, real homey kind of place, not a fancy place, "Sue Says, "A place you can hang out in rather than one where you feel like you have to have on your Sunday best. We like comfotable and richness of the colors we choose. "...The result of the team's work is a beautiful home, thanks to its synergy as well as clarity about that mysterious affinity...When it came time to build, I could just plunk my binder down - with Don or Melinda or Jim - and say this is what we're going for. It made it very easy"
The perfect horse estate, this authentic colonial property features a two-story home which looks out onto a real-stone faced, two-story, five stall barn, complete with horse shower, feed room, tack room and loft. A little further around the estate you come upon a two-story office/garage and additional four-bay garage.
This colonial masterpiece is elegant, comfortable and complete in every way. Entering through the custom designed authentic colonial front door, you soon arrive at a chef's dream, country kitchen which surrounded by unique, rare Babinga wood countertops.
The entire home has wide plank floors, with 100 year old hand, hewn beams overhead in the kitchen and dining room. Authentic colonial detail fill every room, from the exquisite paneling on the walls, to the Rumsford fireplaces. Each room invites with a warmth of old world craftsmanship and historical detail,while adding sophisticated, modern conveniences such as a steam shower and viking range.
Redmond - Avondale
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