This beautiful and elegant brick home perfectly captures the essence of rustic French chateaux. Charlottesville’s warm, neutral color palate combined with architectural features like stone walls and floors, raw wood distressed ceiling beams and timbers, and irregular plaster walls form the frame of a home perfectly decorated in the French Country style. While there are many elements that contribute to the French Country style, the resulting look rustic, old-world, and welcoming.
The custom shower in the master bath is a conversation piece, with contrasting texture and natural tone colors from immaculate tile work, completed by beautiful shower niches and oil rubbed bronze hardware.
Classic French Interior
Pale plaster walls and ceilings are punctuated with dark rough wood beams. Colorful Provencal printed fabrics are set off against light-toned natural seating.
Prepare meals and entertain in the elaborate, rustic kitchen, featuring dark rich wood, natural tone marble counters, custom rubbed oil bronze pulls and beautiful stainless steel appliances.
Each bathroom is beautifully constructed of tile floors and showers, custom cabinetry, decorative sinks and attention to every detail.
Bedrooms come alive with traditional, natural tones, thick trim, thick tray ceilings and rich hardwood floors.
A narrow lot required that Inman Park’s forward-facing, two-car garage be reworked as a three-car garage with a side entrance. Subtle design variations continued to add character to this Frank Betz custom home, including trim carpentry and specialty ceiling treatments.
This two-story, 3,300-square-foot custom home boasts five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The combination of finished natural wood floors, white cabinetry and shelving along with custom stone fireplaces give this gorgeous Knoxville build an air of modern comfort.
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