A separate suite off on the main floor has its own closets, separate living quarters and a bathroom. The owner could foresee the day when elderly parents would move in with her and they would enjoy a private living area. The house has a potential to expand to 11-12,000 square feet of living space if the unfinished bonus room above the 4 car and the attic space over master and guest suites are finished. The outside is stone, brick and cement siding; the roof is asphalt shingles and copper.
Unique features include a suspended roll-up porch bed that is operated manually by pulleys located in the copper-turreted porch off the master suite. The 4 stacks on the chimney was design and built to reflect family relationships between the owner and her 3 daughters; the tallest and most straight chimney represents the mother and the 3 descending chimneys represents the daughters. In the back of the house is a stone lined waterfall that flows into a built-in whirlpool bath. It is surrounded by a screened in porch with roll up boat canvas shades that offer protection from the elements or privacy. The owner built suites for each daughter that contains a luxury bathroom and a nursery. Artwork hides many of the TVs in the house… press a button and the canvas rolls away to reveal the screen; the TV in the master suite is hidden behind a 1 way mirror and is viewable from the soaking tub. There are several secret spaces in the home, most notable is a place in the attic with a Romeo and Juliet window and a fold out balcony; it’s meant to be a private area to enjoy the views.