1 – The CandleStone
The John Candle architectural team worked with the homeowners to develop a design that addresses their specific needs for true indoor/outdoor living, entertaining and family hobbies. With over 40 feet of disappearing glass walls, the main living area—which includes a custom chef’s kitchen—seamlessly blends into the outdoor living space. A sunken media room, custom ballet room and first-floor pub provide additional spaces where the family can relax or refocus. The home’s modern, sophisticated style includes classic elements, splashes of fun and intricate finishes from floor to ceiling.
2 – The Addington
A classic white board-and-batten exterior with black windows and gray stone set the urban farmhouse tone of The Addington. Named after a famous English golf club, the home’s amenities elevate living to another level—starting in the chef’s kitchen. Here, the Thermador appliances, colossal island, hidden pantry and Cambria countertops create
a space ready for entertaining. The party can continue in the finished lower-level, which offers a home theater, game room and wet bar, along with an exercise area and two bedrooms. And for unwinding, the luxurious master’s retreat is outfitted with a walk-in shower, freestanding tub and massive walk-in closet.
3 – The Glenmoor
Glenmoor welcomes comfortable living with an expansive open floor plan and flexible space designed to adapt to a family’s changing needs. The multi-use room, for example, can serve as a bedroom, office, TV room or play area, and accesses the porch for outdoor living. Highlights of the home’s light-yet-dramatic contemporary style include a unique metal wall covering in the study and tone-on-tone accents of soft green, teal and blue that contrast the home’s architectural details.
4 – The Benjamin
This home delivers a New Home/Old Home feel with a modern flare. Inside, the home is designed to be functional and comfortable for a busy family, with a clean style, expansive spaces for large gatherings and quiet retreats for individual relaxation.
5 – The Paxton
Ideal for multi-generational living, this home’s five levels cater to both family time and private time. On the main floor, a gourmet kitchen opens to a bright morning room and connects to a spacious dining room via a butler’s pantry. A floor-to-ceiling fireplace welcomes everyone into the two-story great room. A guest suite, which also can function as a rec room, is tucked a few steps down, while an expansive owner’s suite also sits on its own level. On the top floor, three bedrooms enjoy private baths and a laundry room. The design also includes a finished basement with wet bar and rec room.
6 – The Hampton
The Hampton captures the elegant yet relaxed style of its namesake coastal destination, with an East Coast shingle style exterior and a sunlight-filled interior. Features like cedar shake accents in the mudroom and a three-story stone wall in the staircase welcome the outdoors in. From the Kitchen Annex to the Imagine Room in the finished lower level, this home showcases thoughtful details including barrel, beamed and vaulted ceilings
7 – The Breckinridge
Breckenridge exudes the relaxation of a Colorado mountain lodge, from a cedar-accented façade to knotty pine ceiling beams and a dramatic stone fireplace wall.The comfortable, casual floor plan offers plenty of places to unwind, including an expansive master suite with a walk-through shower, an in-law suite with a woodburning fireplace and a covered deck with a two-sided indoor/outdoor fireplace. A metal range hood, quartz countertops and other fresh details balance the warmth of these natural materials
8 – Anmer Hall
Named after the country home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Anmer Hall brings modern edginess to traditional warmth. The 3,167-square-foot first floor exemplifies open living, with a kitchen that incorporates the dining room and flows into a covered porch and great room. A craft room that will be used as the owner’s cake-decorating studio is tucked behind the kitchen, along with a guest suite and pocket office. The lower level provides 1,471 square feet of flexible space, with a bar, recreation area, two bedrooms and a full bath.
9 – The Bayberry
Convenience and functionality are the focus in this ranch-style home. The open main living space features a large kitchen island, expanded morning room and generous family room. The owner’s suite and a guest suite also are found on this level. While offering the option of one-level living, The Bayberry includes a flexible loft with an additional living space, bedroom and bath, as well as a fully finished basement with a wet bar, exercise room, recreation space and fourth bedroom with full bath.
10 – The Marshall
This expansive two-story design masterfully blends everyday ease with exquisite details. A stone fireplace and coffered ceiling elevate the warmth of the cozy family room, while a morning room is wrapped in windows to welcome the sun. A laundry room is thoughtfully placed on the second floor, which hosts three bedrooms and the expansive owner’s retreat. For entertaining, the finished lower level serves up a wet bar as well as a flexible rec room.