TOUR OF HOMES: COUNTRY VIEW

 

By Elizabeth Troutman Adams
Photography by Shaun Ring unless otherwise noted
Forget about busy streets, crowded shopping centers and unfamiliar faces – in this Madison County neighborhood, Dana Gentry, listing agent, explains that families enjoy scenic views, magnificent Kentucky sunsets and absolute privacy. In a neighborhood where families are closely tied by friendships, and not space, this Boones Trace home provides the full package of comfort, style, scenic beauty and room to grow. It’s located just 12 miles away from the Hamburg shopping center, keeping a safe distance from busy development while staying within a short drive to modern conveniences.
In the magnificent kitchen, homeowners enjoy two exits for accessibility to the deck, an eat-in breakfast area and a granite island with pull-up barstools. Ample custom cabinetry in a cream tone and stainless steel appliances, including a double oven, are among the many functional perks in the kitchen.

With an artful, dynamic interior, this 3,900 square-foot home rests adjacent to the 18th hole of a private golf course with a pond toward the back of the property. The home boasts several lovely design elements  that accommodate both everyday living and grand entertaining. At first look from the curb, the home is set deep into the property with a neatly landscaped front yard and a long brick driveway. The main living area soaks up natural light with high vaulted ceilings and skylights, subtly arched entryways, and a wall encompassed with a series of paned glass doors and windows looking out to the deck. An entertainer’s dream, the expansive deck begs for parties and grill-outs, with shaded and sunlit sections, and an indoor and outdoor speaker system for music fans.
In the master suite, a triple-tiered ceiling enhances a feeling of spaciousness and formality. French doors unveil a luxurious master bathroom in a cooling blue shade, complete with a Whirlpool tub, a walk-in tile shower and his and her vanities topped with speckled granite. Large families will fill up the three extra bedrooms and utilize a finished basement for games, lounging and time together. Families will also find relaxation time out the doors of the basement to the lower level patio, which includes an outdoor Jacuzzi for star-gazing and winding down


Posted on 2014-05-09 by
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