I hope you have been enjoying these home tours as much as I have. Or perhaps I’m just
nosey curious like that.
If you’ve missed any of the homes along this tour, you can take a peek back via the links below:
Today I’m sharing the last home on the tour – Village Point.
This is the view of the house from the (busy) street. There is also an entrance from the garage side of the house, where I suspect most vistors would enter since it’s off of the driveway.
It’s really striking in its own way, don’t you think?
This is the second entrance – still charming, and the awning is a great touch.
There was a lot of attention paid to detail and finishes in this home. Notice the fleur de lis detail on the molding.
The laundry room is to the right, and evidence that this home is definitely made for the empty nester. It is a narrow space, and you see it right away coming in from the outside. I’m definitely not tidy enough with my laundry at this point in my life to make that work. Someday, maybe.
And the granite on that island is seriously substantial.
Dreamy, isn’t it?
These are the stunning front entry doors from the street side of the home.
The master bedroom is on the main floor, and the tile runner leads the way. If you look closely, you can see that this home comes complete with an elevator. See the buttons? The door even blends in with the trim work!
This outdoor space off the master bedroom may not look like anything overly special at first glance, but given that the home is located on a busy street, this was a great little slice of privacy. I could imagine sitting out here and drinking coffee in the morning, or drinking a glass of wine with the hubby in the evening. A great little hidden oasis.
The master bathroom had some phenomenal finishes. While small, the shower has a great combination of tile work.
But the element that took our breath away was this tub. Gorgeous! So unique and it makes such a great statement!
I didn’t take any photos of the upstairs, because honestly, it was kind of a letdown. The bedrooms were really close together and the whole area just felt like tight quarters. But again, if I were an empty nester living here, I don’t think I would be spending much time upstairs with such beautiful spaces on the main floor!