A Bucolic Country Estate Becomes
a French Inspired Louis XIV Mansion
The extensive use of all natural-sustainable custom cast-stone and granite accentuate the architecture and old world charm of this European inspired mansion. Two-central 'radius and twist' limestone staircases and bowed balustrade surrounding the veranda make a grand entrance to the properties French inspired gardens that can be viewed from the ballroom's 20-foot floor to ceiling windows or octagonal-shaped informal dining-breakfast room that has a two-story cooper roof turret.
The luxurious entry foyer with its sweeping curved staircase and hand-forged custom iron-balustrade with brass handrail highlights the metamorphosis of this bucolic country estate into a French inspired mansion. Making an elegant entrance to the 1200 square-foot 17th century Louis XIV inspired ballroom that waits beyond the understated curved archway framed by the staircase. Italian marble floors with inlaid chocolate marble Lamé Curve (super-ellipses) are softened with the use of cherry-wood stairs and risers, accentuates the transition through the ballroom to the outside 40-foot stone veranda.