Step Into An Old World Craftsman In North Carolina Devised For Aging In Place 

This style of this dwelling was a fusion design that pays homage to church cathedral ceiling detailing. Step inside this home to find 3,066 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Designed for aging in place, this residence has an accessory dwelling unit on the lower level. It is a certified green and certified energy-star home and it fits perfectly on the lot, maximizing the views.

This old world craftsman home offers its inhabitants a warm and inviting layout for aging in place. Thoughtful design features throughout provide comfortable living spaces for daily living and entertaining.

The front porch of this old world craftsman home frames a stunning view of the Seven Sisters Mountains.

A barrel vault ceiling adjoins the kitchen and the dining room.

One of the architect’s favorite features is the cathedral-light great room with the beams and the valleys, representative of the homeowner being an Episcopal Priest.

According to the architects, depending on the look you desire, a mixture of wet mortar is troweled or painted onto the surface of your brick. 

The modern kitchen features a German smear brick backsplash  (wet mortar applied to brick and partially wiped off before drying), custom cabinetry, and professional appliances. 

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