The brilliant design of this secluded residence is pretty apparent (even from a distance) as a sturdy concrete lower level is merged with a more inviting and appealing wooden structure on top. This concrete level with arched openings contains the ski-in/ski-out entry sauna ski room laundry and the amazing movie screening area. Inspired by traditional European chalets in the Alps the entire residence embraces a traditional and rustic vibe while blending state-of-the-art facilities with timeless aesthetics.
The all-white kitchen and the dining space that embraces natural organic textures add to this tranquil vibe of the home. A lavish outdoor deck with a kitchenette dining area fireplace and a trendy lounge completes this fabulous getaway that redefines the way many of us look at beach houses.
Blending the old with the modern is indeed a tricky task and often renovations and makeovers demand a certain sensitivity towards the existing historic structures. Located in the West Village neighborhood of this fabulous townhouse was first built in and has undergone quite a few changes over the years.
Combing luxurious and spacious interiors with smart design and the house has the appeal of a serene holiday retreat. The needs of every member of the house were taken into consideration while creating the various rooms spread across three levels and additional guest quarters were incorporated to ensure that the company did not feel left out either! A neutral color scheme is used throughout the residence with white and black dominating the space.
Due to the inherent narrow width of the home the architects needed to be extra careful regarding the optimum usage of space. Just the residence acquired a new two-story glass rear extension that opens up into the lovely backyard and gives the interior a sense of spaciousness.
The first floor of the e features the public spaces that include the living area and the kitchen. The second level contains the private quarters along with the master suite while the third floor features additional bathrooms and bedrooms that also serve as guest rooms.
The trendy living room faces the apple tree the relaxing master bedroom the cherry tree the spa-like bathroom faces the peach tree the guest room the silver spruce and the children’s room the walnut tree! Letting the green landscape and nature define the overall appeal and orientation of the house the is indeed all about the outdoors.