Situated on a 5,000 s/f lot located within a subdivision along the Energy Corridor that has seen significant redevelopment in the past few years this home is a great example of modern residential architecture with a modest budget.
The home displays a mix of materials including board and batten, brick, and wood all with a color palette of natural earth tones. The open concept plan maximizes the square footage of a house and fosters family togetherness, as well as allowing flexibility while entertaining guest. In this approach the design combines the kitchen, dining room, and living room in one shared space, the “great room”. By combining these spaces, the routines of daily life; cooking, eating, and gathering together become shared experiences.