Architect JC Chi designed the the home's exterior in a Texas country lodge-style fashion with its combination of materials: native rough-cut limestone, a metal roof, and horizontal plank siding. Pavers lead the way to the welcoming front porch and entry.
Designed for entertaining, the back porch offers indoor comforts and outdoor style. A teak dining table and casual seating encourage leisure time and easy conversation. Add a grill, light the fire, and start the party.
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With a 22-foot ceiling, the combined living/kitchen/dining area lives large. A corner fireplace with a limestone surround anchors the room and brings a bit of the outdoor rusticity inside. Thoughtful furniture placement and an open kitchen allow for big-screen TV viewing from every angle -- perfect for Texas A&M game weekends.
With two master suites, both outfitted with king-size beds and flat-screen televisions, there’s never an argument as to who sleeps where. Bureaus serve as end tables in this generous space, providing a place to house weekend wear. Plaid shams and paisley accent pillows recall menswear suiting, and a leather bench supplies guests with a durable, handsome drop spot.