This stately colonial house was built by Jablonski Associates with old world craftsmanship and embraces today’s technology and modern lifestyle. With over 14,000 square feet the home has twenty unique rooms including six bedroom suites and seven fireplaces, and if you’re a world-class connoisseur, this is the kind of house that will make your heart beat a little faster. You can collect about 4,000 bottles of wine in the 13th century stone wine cellar with ESommelier wine catalogue system.
Resort like amenities include fitness gym and sauna, elevator, caterer’s kitchen, outdoor wood-fired pizza oven, vanishing edge pool and spa with full service pool house with bar, full bath with rainshower and laundry. Sited on over four acres of manicured grounds with lighted riverside walking trails and outdoor fire pit. Not enough? This home was awarded the Electronic House of the Year for the innovative application of AMX technology.
The AMX system comprised of 19 in-wall touch panels integrates every system on the house including lighting, sound, irrigation, electronic front gate, heating, cooling, pool and spa controls, Napco infrared camera security system, elevator, gas fireplaces, and 100KW generator to name a few. This technology is at one’s fingertips and can be accessed through an iPad or other similar device from anywhere in the world. Yes, play “hide-and-seek” with the owner of this house would be an unfair game!
The property is very private and serene.
The wall stones add some charm to its colonial architecture.
There’s something very welcoming about yellow foyers.
The dining could use some help. I think the wallpaper is too busy for the space.
This is a very tailored living room. The wall color complements the creamy white furnishings and curtains.
Elegant and classic.
I like seeing dark stained wooden countertop on white islands. They break the “all white” look.
Notice they added some stone around the sink. Stone is a more durable and smarter material to be used around the sink.
Two dishwashers? Yes, please!
It’s evident the owners of this house like earthy tones.
The light blue walls bring some peacefulness and serenity to the bedroom.
The tub and windows are very charming, but honestly speaking I think this color is too dark and takes away from the beautiful floors and cabinets.
The ultra- special wine room.
Temperature controlled wine room.
Games Room & Bar
The entire basement feels very masculine, including this space.
Media control room.
Nothing is modest around this basement.
Not shy on color, technology and design.
I’m not sure if I’d design a theatre like this for my house, but it must be really cool to watch movies here!
The view of pool and covered patio.
Wouldn’t you like to call it “home”? 🙂
What are your thoughts on this property? Can you see yourself living in this home? I think this is an easy house to convince a husband to buy. I mean, I can’t see a man saying “no” to that basement!
Price? $10.5 mil. All right, not even that basement could convince my husband… 🙂
I hope you’ve enjoyed spending some time here with me. I feel honored to have your time.
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OMG! I love, love, love this house. that kitchen, that covered porch by the pool….Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing it!
Pretty don’t think the interiors marry so well with the exterior but that basement, my husband would never leave!! Talk about a serious man cave!!!! Hope you have a great day Luciane!
I love the interior more than the exterior. I’m not crazy about the rock surface. But beautiful interiors-it justifies the price, now if it only had a beach access.
Now that is a basement!
I’ll take it.
Wow, love the architectural details, and the color inside this home. With a wine cellar like that, you must have posted this one for my husband! lol
* Luciane, now T*H*I*S is quite a “home”!!! My Jim would A*D*O*R*E a wine cellar like that, as would I…
When we lived in Europe for so long, we were invited to a few private wine cellars (in theancestoral homes of our European friends) and WOW!!! … what incredible, fun evenings we shared… and soooo many/most with INCREDIBLE family pieces down there, handed down from generation to generation… and talk about O*L*D… they were REMARKABLE!!!!!!!!!! (The wine cellars not the PEOPLE! Grins!)..
MANNNNY years ago, we were privileged to be invited to the family wine cellar of Herr Geisendoerfer (I can’t remember exactly how to spell it now!) of the breathtaking ROTHERNBURG GALLERY in Rothenburg, Germany, for a private “chat” and some wine-tasting… just the three of us… and T*H*A*T truly WAS just UNREAL~~~ totally U*N*R*E*AL!!!!!!! (That entire DAY was almost worthy of writing a “small book” about, as it was soooo interesting, fun, educational, “TASTY”, ETC!!! I mean, can you even IMAGINE having a fireplace waaay down in the wine cellar/basement of this ancient place with 4′ inch thick walls??????)….
This is a beauuutiful estate… so LARGE, but yes, lovely…
Thanks as always!
Linda in AZ *
As pretty as it is, 14,000 sq. ft. is a little too large for me. Still, it’s so well designed and I do love the decor.
Just for the stone walls alone and basement alone… I’m already sold. What a house.
WOW! That is some house! I really love a house with great trim. But I always think- 14,000sq ft! Sounds great but someone has to clean that thing! But I suppose when one has 14,000 sq ft, one would have help to clean such a wonderful place. But it is lovely to dream and drool over!
Is there anything this house doesn’t have? It’s large and has it all, but is also so tastefull done! I love how they took a very traditional house but used a lot of clean lined furniture so it didn’t feel too stuffy – it’s beautiful Luciane!