Living Large, Indoors and Out
Though only two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the Kingston Highlands house maximizes a less-is-more aesthetic to deliver on all of today’s must have features—from an open, airy footprint and vaulted ceilings to blurred lines from the indoor great room to the covered rear deck.
Creative details maximize storage and livability in the kitchen, including positioning the refrigerator just inside the ample pantry, shelves with outlets for countertop appliances, and soft-close maple cabinets. An “owner’s entry” mud room from the garage features a self-closing door for added security, solar tube to reduce the need for artificial lighting, and a washer/dryer convenient to the master suite.
A roomy home office includes a glass wall for just the right amount of privacy without feeling closed off. Highlights of today’s most popular—yet enduring—trends can be found throughout the house, with details like quartz countertops, an industrial-style pull-down kitchen faucet, a linear fireplace, matte black hardware accents, exposed cedar beams, and electric car charging outlets.