BROAD RUN RESIDENCE
This new wood frame house in rural Maryland is designed to look like an old farmhouse nestled among the gently rolling hills. A traditional house with modern amenities, the home features 2-over-2 windows, wrap-around porch, heart pine floors and four panel doors. A formal layout allows a view from the entrance foyer through the center hallway, the open dining/family room and across the porch to the woodlands beyond. A tight, efficient plan eliminates wasted spaces while providing large rooms with no unsightly bulkheads and with recessed closets.
Designed around the concept of “aging in place”, the house includes a library on the first floor that can be converted to a bedroom in the future with access to a powder room that is adaptable for accessibility. Hardwood and tile floors, 36” wide doors with lever handles and stairs wide enough to accommodate a chair-lift make the home comfortable for today’s living and for years to come. Integrated wiring provides flexibility and convenience throughout the house for audio/video and internet connectivity.