Located within the Kansas City metro, this large Sprawling Estate takes inspiration from Tudor design. The clients wanted a home that was both personal and relatable but also provided for the specific functions they were intending. The residence strikes the perfect balance of scale and proportion to meet their needs.
The cut limestone used on the exterior of the home as well as the interior helps set apart the formal rooms; timber trusses provide proportion to the high ceilings, and custom wainscoting gives a personal touch throughout the home. Beam work, wedged scarf joints and brackets along the long hallway on the main floor help break up the space; brick and rubble stone set the kitchen and family rooms as more informal gathering places.
A sliding NanaWall at the back of the home creates a three-season room that seamlessly transitions to multiple outdoor living spaces, including an intimate fire pit, large infinity-edge pool, entertaining cabana with a grill, bar, trellis, and restrooms that complement the architecture of the home.
The three chimneys, visible from the back of the home, are all unique with decorative brick flues reminiscent of those found in Europe.
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