3rd floor bedroom suite from the westside sitting area looking east towards the hallway, bathroom and bedroom area. This bedroom suite would normally be an attic. With the Structured Insulated Panel (SIP) construction, it all became living space.
Custom, built-in cabinetry through-out the home is a beautiful and unique feature.
Kitchen looking east from serving bar looking towards the front door entrance. Viking duel-fuel range on the left. KitchenAid dishwasher GE Profile built-in microwave and Jenn-Air french-door bottom mount refrigerator on the right.
Kitchen from the eastern front door entrance area looking west through the kitchen towards the the serving bar area and into the dining room. Tiled back-splashes and a pot-filler provide nice touches.
Living room looking eastward towards fireplace with entertainment center on the right and exterior wall on the left. White oak floors through-out the 1st and 2nd floors contributed LEED Certification Points.
There are four bedrooms and two full baths on the 2nd floor. The master bedroom is over the garage where SIP panels are used for structural roof support, again turning attics into livable space. Skylights provide significant daylight.