1950's "Modernist Home" designed by NC architect Edward Loewenstein and built by the Voit Gilmore family.
Brick floored porch creates covered entry from the attached carport. Stacked stone post detail.
Living room with brick fireplace and hardwood floors.
Living, kitchen and dining flow into open floor plan.
Dining room has bar with seating open to the kitchen.
View from kitchen to dining room
Built in breakfast table with booth seating. Tile floor in kitchen.
View from kitchen to laundry and mudroom with built in bench, coat rack. Back door to the pool is off the mudroom.
Rustic beam detail in kitchen.
Looking from kitchen to front hall and bedroom wing.
Salt water pool with new liner. Overlooks fenced in back yard.
Covered porch wraps back corner of the house for an expansive outdoor living space.
Raised patio off the family room and master bedroom overlooks the back yard and features brick planters.
Hardwood floors, brick fireplace and folding door in playroom.
Wet bar in family room. View through master bedroom to exercise/sitting room in the master wing.
The three full bathrooms in the bedroom wing of the residence all have original tile work.
Two of the bedrooms share a bath. The bedrooms all feature hardwood floors, walls of windows and bench book storage details.
A smaller fifth bedroom on the pool side of the house has a full bath with shower, paneled walls and could function as an office.
Accessed from the exterior back side of the house is recreation room the current owner utilizes as a man cave. Former uses have been a workshop and potting shed.
The front porch is deep enough for rocking chairs or outdoor seating.
Curved brick front walkway to stacked stone light post.
Deep front yard with elevated location has two paved entry drives with generous parking.