This modern contemporary custom home is tucked away in the mountains of Todd, North Carolina. This home doubles as the client’s primary office, so we ensured it was set up to accommodate accordingly. This home has a 5 different level layer roof systems with open rafters to span the entire length of the house to create a truly open floor system with a roof material in a burnished slate color. The flooring is a 4″ character grade wide oak used in the kitchen, living, dining, and foyer; including the open staircase. The entire back wall was over 18′ tile and used all LSL lumber to create the strength for the wind shear. The home was built to withstand above the 120 mph wind rating. All kitchen cabinets are natural maple with hanstone aspen quartz countertops. All doors are Tucker Flat Panel pine doors. For the trim throughout the house we used Radiata D Select pine. For all the stair handrails we used stainless steel cables to create the open view, the interior rails of the house are custom. We used 8×8 Douglas fir posts for the outside deck. A walk-in custom shower was designed for the master bathroom.
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