When it’s lights out in the bunk room and the childhood chatter fires up, chances are the kids will be recounting glories on the zip line or putting course or an epic game of hoops at the Barn. Then again, their thoughts may drift to that one feature that never ceases to impress kids and adults alike: the downstairs windows. More specifically, the wall of windows that completely disappear, revealing a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors, a back patio that’s poised for parties and playtime, and 1.6 acres that backs up to the 12th green and 13th tee box on the Tom Fazio masterpiece. That element of surprise is typical of this 6,146 square-foot home. It continually opens up from the moment you enter, pass the chair lift alcove to one side, pass the massive media room to the other, and end up at a great room illuminated by the wall of windows and accented by a modern, panoramic fireplace. At the center of this open space is the kitchen that won Kitchen & Bath Business’ “Kitchen of The Year.” Its 15-foot island is divided into three sections and two levels. Like the great room, the nearby dining room’s pocket doors vanish, providing access to the covered/heated stretch of patio with fireplace, pizza oven, barbecue bay and tv area. Further into the patio are a hot tub and fireplace and a layout gracefully suited for meaningful gatherings. The primary suite with large metal fireplace and patio also features fade away pocket doors. There’s a large junior suite with access to the main patio, an upstairs bunk room fit for an army, and a large theater with wide screen tv, and a prep kitchen with soda fountain, sink, ice maker and microwave. An additional suite has its own sitting room/media room, and a deck with elevated views of the 12th green.
This 4-bed, 4.5-bath home has unique features like a Tesla charging station in the garage and a sizeable “dirty” kitchen tucked behind the main kitchen and flush with all that’s needed to get to work, from workspaces and sink to full fridge and expansive pantry.