Wednesday, October 13, 2010

a new face lift-nothing major just some updates

Time goes by very fast, to keep our home up to date and fresh and ready for a new owner some of the tired woodwork has been resurfaced-we hope you will notice something that will make our home the place you would like to live in.  The photos were taken just a few hours after the craftsman left hope you enjoy these shots-The first one is from the Oak stairway looking down into the dinning of the stained glass windows is visible on the upper right corner, this is over the front entrance- a collection of Florida flowers.
 The next photo is the solid hickory kitchen, back splash is tile and matches the tile counter top, the island in the fore ground has a dark polished granite surface

next we have a shot looking from the living room toward the front door, the oak stairway shows on the left and to the right of the double front doors you can see the entrance to the library, with it's 8 foot solid 6 panel double doors, all the rooms have high ceilings, with the dinning room having a tray ceiling and the entrance rotunda has a double hexagon tray ceiling with Crystal chandelier plus mood lighting in second step.

This photo is from the entrance room looking toward the breakfast room with the kitchen on the far right and the sliding doors open on the left side making the pool area part of your living room, as you can see the house sets right on the river, with excellent view of the ships and pleasure crafts using the inter-coastal water way
 another shot of the kitchen and breakfast area, the doors on the left center go out side to a screened area leading to the pool,

 From the entrance rotunda looking into the dinning room, along the left side of photo you will see the oak stairway, The floors are 18 inch ceramic tile with outlined pattern in the rotunda area, there is wide 8 inch wood mop boards and wide crown molding in all rooms, the dinning room, rotunda, master bed room all have chair rail.
 The living room becomes part of the pool area when the sliding glass doors are opened, here you can see how close the home is to the Caloosahachie river and  inter-coastal water way