Mid Century Inspired Living
Discreetly hidden off one of Sherman’s most beautiful roads is this stunning interpretation of a classic mid-century home, offering 5,936 square feet of exciting living space on 6.36 park-like grounds. Exquisite minimalist interiors blend art with light and design and create a sanctuary of quiet, calm and beauty. Two expansive additions in 1988 and 1997, designed by renowned architect David Specter, include a private master suite and a spacious 2-bedroom guesthouse.
A stunning double-story glass living room, designed to engage the outdoor landscaping from within, features a curved wall of shelving, a fireplace and wet bar. The open, light-filled center flows into living, cooking and entertaining spaces, all with serene views of nature.
There are four bedrooms in the main residence, including the master suite that is accessed through an architecturally striking semi-circular staircase. The master suite encompasses a bedroom, sitting room and his and hers bathrooms and walk-in closets.
The beautifully landscaped gardens surround the enclave and include hundreds of dogwood trees and flowering shrubs and a magnificent hemlock hedge for added privacy. Entrance to the home is through a private gate and sweeping circular drive.
A streamlined in-ground swimming pool has an adjoining hot tub, plus a dome cover for winter use. A sleek concrete patio sets the pool off against the glorious garden backdrops. The Har-Tru tennis court is in close proximity to the house, allowing for easy access and enjoyment.
Elegantly proportioned rooms and outdoor spaces are integral parts of the indoor/outdoor aesthetic of this beautiful country residence.