6.30.2016

Home Tour - English Inspired Modern Farmhouse (From 2016 Parade of Homes)


Forty custom-built homes were apart of this year's Utah Valley Parade of Homes held June 2-18. The homes ranged in price from $230,000 to $3 Million. With 40 homes in the parade I was not able to see all of them, but the homes I made it to were absolutely stunning, including this English inspired farmhouse in Highland built by Jackson & Leroy. I fell in love from the moment I entered through this gorgeous unique door, above, into the entryway with herringbone slate flooring that opens up to a light-filled, amazing Great Room.



The Great Room features painted timber ceilings, and brass accents in the decor and lighting fixtures.


A beautiful feature of this home is the hand-built limestone fireplace.


The Great Room opens to a stunning Kitchen.

  
The kitchen has three islands.


This island features a thick butcher's block work area with a vintage industrial-style kitchen faucet with a stainless steel farmhouse sink - amazing!




Just off the kitchen is the dining area with floor-to-ceiling steel-framed doors and windows. Patio doors open to an outdoor fireplace and sitting area.



Butler's Pantry.


Study Room.


Powder Room.


Laundry Room.

 

Master Bedroom.




Kids' Study.




 
This beautiful home, nestled in the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Highland, Utah, was Home No. 36 of the Utah Valley Parade of Homes. 
Built by: Jackson & Leroy 
Designers: Elizabeth Kimberly Design and architect Bradford Houston from Establish Design.
Photos by Joshua Caldwell
Have a beautiful day!

3 comments :

Amanda Gomez said...

What is the name of the kitchen island faucet?

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