Garden House in University Park Neighborhood
Isn't this the most inviting of homes? The house sits within a garden.
The yard is a bit overgrown but it adds to the charm.
The entrance to this home is just magical.
Two large kimberly queen ferns flank each side of the door way.
It's minimal and yet perfect.
A large bright room just off the entry provides ample space for enjoying the garden views.
Two sofas facing each other at the fireplace is a look I adore.
I am always pushing customers to do this look.
I'd do it if I had the money for two sofas.
Whenever I have anyone come in and say they want a sofa and a loveseat, I discourage them.
Loveseats cost just about the same as a sofa and two sofas are so much more versatile.
I love this room! Notice the gray sofa also included in this room.
Notice how well it works to have two modern sofas and a very traditional one used all together.
That third sofa really adds to the room. I think it works much better than two chairs would have.
But then this is a large room and it can handle a lot of furniture.
I could live happily with this kitchen. All white...yes thank you.
Have you noticed all the wood beams in this home?
Sometimes wood beams seem heavy but these don't. They are just rustic enough too.
I'm not a fan of pass throughs like this but this one is cute enough.
I can just imagine two little ones being passed their orange juice in the morning.
I wish the wicker chairs were a lighter color and this would be perfect.
Of course there is a gorgeous pool out back with stone decking.
What a perfect spot for an evening meal.
Even the barbeque area is pretty!
Of course there is an outdoor itchen...complete with a regular stove!
Is that a common thing? I've never seen that before.
The swimming pool looks like a blue lagoon.
I hope you enjoyed this tour as much as I did!
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