Bluffview is home to so many gorgeous homes. It’s one of the hotbeds of high-end real estate and high-style architecture. Truly, to have a home in this neighborhood is a feather in the cap of any residential architect. And some of these homes, well, they take on a life of their own.
This design by architect Bentley Tibbs is a stunning take on the glass house, with modern lines and floor-to-ceiling windows, it feels like a conservatory or a greenhouse in which you cultivate not flowers and plants, but a well-curated art collection.
High-caliber homes like this come around only once in a lifetime, and when you see the open spaces and perfect views from this Becky Frey listing, you’ll want to put in your highest and best offer. To make sure you sail through your transaction from bid to closing, call Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans today. With her expertise, your dream home can become a reality.
Jump to see inside this masterful creation, brought to life by builder Mark Siepiela of DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT.
If the architecture didn’t sell you, the finish-out will. Frey’s listing at 8403 Swananoah is the must-have list of almost every high-end buyer these days. Clean lines, huge windows, open spaces, perfect hardwood floors, waterfall counter on the gigantic kitchen island, a warm and private family room … yep, it’s a dream come true.
“My favorite thing about this home is the dramatic view when you enter through the home to the expansive half acre of land,” Frey says of the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath listing. “The large sliding steel door open to bring the outside in.”
As you’d estimate, with quality comes a price: Frey has listed this incredible new build at $2.795 million, which at more than 5,200 square feet comes to over $515 per square foot. Of course, that means you’ll have a home ready and set to enjoy once you’ve filled with with Italian leather from Bernadette Schaeffler Collection and sleek furniture from Scott + Cooner.
Of course, Frey says that the best thing about the home isn’t inside of it, but instead where it sits: “I love the setting for this home and the way Bentley positioned it on the lot is viewed from every room,” she said.