This page highlights the various elevations of the house showing views from each side and at various angles. This first photo taken from the guest parking pad is of the north-facing front (hidden by trees) and west-facing front side.
This next view is the northeast side of the house which houses the two-car garage below and the master suite above. The master suite and its deck enjoy the morning sunrises.
Continuing our walk around the house we find the flat (rubber) roof of the formal living room and enclosed sun porch. The large expanse of windows above right belong to the master bedroom. Below right, to the second master suite.
Through a grove of trees is another view of the screen-enclosed porch and the living room. The wood deck / porch was designed to be an exension of the house's indoor living space. Notice how the exterior enclosure matches the living room design. The screens can easily be swapped out for glass if you felt the urge to convert it into a four-season room.
This next view captures some of the back/side yard looking back up to the southeast corner of the house.
This is a partial view of the southeast-facing rear elevation of the house. Access to the yard from the sun room is on this side. The top center windows look into the gym/exercise room. The center bottom wall of windows belong to the formal Exterior Elevation Views. The left corner windows provide the scenic views for the kitchen.
The south side of the home is where the back door is located. Since the garage is front-entry, there is no path from it to the driveway. This back door leads out from the breakfast nook - seen through the three windows to the left of the door. This small wood deck porch was only designed for a barbecue grill since there is already a large enclosed wood deck shown previously. If you have a larger grill it will be a simple job of enlarging this deck if so desired.
The southwest corner of the rear of the house is the wing of the house where the secondary bedrooms and bathrooms are located. The breakfast nook looks out of the far right windows, bedroom 5 has the center section of windows, and the near left windows on the corner belong to bedrom 4.
The front side yard faces west and to Concord Road... which you can barely make out through the trees. Access to the oil tanks supply lines are at the bottom right corner of the house.The open window on the second floor provides air to the attic. The two windows on the right provide additional natural light and views of the yard for bedroom 4. The center window is for the shared, hall bathroom. The far left windows belong to bedroom 3.
Repeating a photo from the collage of front-facing views, this completes the walk around the house. The windows on the far right behind the trees belong to bedroom 3 while the single window between them and the front door is to bedroom three's adjoing hall bathroom.