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The owners brought in natural granite to emulate the native landscape, covered the exterior in dark-stained cedar shingles and stone, and opted for a gambrel roof that allows for a semi second storey without towering above the trees.
bead board and love the bed
Looks like Beatrix Potter's cottage. I would live there. And write stories for children while sipping tea with my rabbit. After running through the rain that interrupted my watercolor painting with my dog, Kep. If you understand this reference, we're meant to be friends.
upper stone-retained terrace with interesting iron awning structure, fence w/alternating wavy pickets and faux bois planters. Lower crushed-stone patio w/whiskey barrel planters and espalier. by architect Bill Litchfield / MIKE HAMMERSMITH builders (photo by Rob Brinson), Atlanta, GA