Shadowood House

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The Shadowood House is part of a farm that has been in the client's family for generations. At the beginning of the process, the clients were living in a house (where this one now sits) that had been through addition after addition, making the spaces feel cramped and non-cohesive. They wanted a space for family gatherings, that was a modern take on a simple farmhouse. The clients wanted a house that feels comfortable for their children and grandchildren, but also enables them to age-in-place. In short, they wanted a house that would offer generations to come a place to feel at home.

The home's wide entry porch welcomes visitors and family alike.
The home melds with it's natural landscape of wild grasses and conifers.
Timeless materials such as slate flooring, hardwood doors and windows define the home's entry.
Vintage light fixtures add warmth and rustic charm to the base of the main stairwell.
A row of single hung wood windows defines the entry hallway with views towards the front porch.
The home's living room is bathed in natural sunlight with views towards the rolling pastures beyond.
Modern fixtures add a contemporary flair to the antique furnishings serving the dining area.
A reading nook, furnished with corner casement windows, welcomes an unexpected guest.
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