Extraordinary transitional home boasts timeless appeal in South Dakota


David Charlez Designs has designed this extraordinary transitional home featuring clean lines and steep roof pitches located in South Dakota. The horizontal grid pattern of the windows gives an attractive modern touch to this design. The flat front roof over the front entrance is decorated with metal brackets. An almost all stone exterior facade adds a timeless appeal. Continue below to see the rest of this incredible home…


What We Love: This extraordinary transitional home offers an attractive exterior facade with its horizontal grid windows and mixed material palette. The stone adds to the transitional aesthetic while also creating a timeless appeal. Inside, living spaces have been exceptionally designed for both family living and entertaining. We are especially loving the finished basement level with its stunning home theater and fluid flow to the backyard terrace.

Tell Us: What are your overall thoughts on the design style of this home? Which space most inspired you and why in the Comments below!

Note: Take a look at a couple of other home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this home: Tour an American cottage style home with gorgeous details in the Midwest and Stunning lakeside dream house in Minnesota is built for entertaining.





Above: So many beautiful design features in this foyer. Note the ceiling details and changes in heights and materials. Another notable is the location of the staircase. This often is the driver of how the rest of the home design will layout.


Above: There are several highlights to this beautiful kitchen, including the intricate ceiling details and meticulous alignment of the sink and range. Symmetry on both walls helps to keep the space looking balanced. 


Above: The butler’s pantry offers plenty of storage and prep space, making this the ultimate chef’s kitchen.



Above: This exquisite dining room is perfect for entertaining. The space is wrapped in glass from floor to ceiling, a popular request in modern and transitional designs. Note the intricate ceiling detail, adding warmth and visual interest.


Above: An open design with intricate ceiling details that abstractly separate key areas in this open design. The entire living area is flooded with light by transitional grid style, floor to ceiling windows.


Above: The great room feels like a sunroom, courtesy of floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the space with natural light. Double doors flanking the fireplace lead to the outdoor living space.


Above: The laundry room features corner windows and an abundance of natural light.


Above: This winding staircase is at the front of the home and is flooded with natural light by high transom windows on the second level along with thoughtfully selected hanging light fixtures.


Above: This upper-level gallery hallway is embellished with custom black wainscotting.


Above: This grand entrance into the master bedroom boasts double pocket doors, intricate ceiling detail, and a cozy bench seat.


Above: This lavish master suite features a gorgeous barrel vault ceiling. A custom arch transom window with a double door leads to the matching arch covered balcony… and a magnificent lake view!


Above: In the owner’s bath, a window separates the dual vanities to flood the space with natural light, including into the shower.




Above: This upper-level loft area provides the ultimate hang out area for kids and adults alike. A unique curved wall, transitional windows, and an indoor glass window wall that overlooks the staircase, with views down to the main level.


Above: This main level command center features a stacked washer/dryer, folding counter, enclosed lockers, all in close proximity to the main level pocket office.



Above: This spectacular lower level bar overlooks the snack bar and sunken theater room. The grid-style ceiling detail is exquisite.


Above: This walk-up bar features an entertaining island, perfect for serving snacks and refreshments. 



Above: This stunning theater room is only a few steps down from the entertaining bar area. The contrast of the ceiling details enriches the space. The transitional black windows compliment the design.




Above: This spectacular covered outdoor living space features a vaulted ceiling and fireplace anchored by stone pillars. This is one of the most used rooms in the house. The landscape design demonstrates how the outdoor living area is easily accessible to the walkout level. 


Photos: Landmark Photography

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Ardys Reed
2 years ago

Please share the brand and color of the wood floors!!! Vinyl? Hardwood?

Mahi in Augusta GA
3 years ago

Love it.