Featured Custom Home Project
This glorious Tudor-style home sits in downtown Columbia in a quiet little neighborhood oasis. The handsome brickwork and stucco accents with dark brown painted wood trim are reminiscent of a home in an English village during the Medieval or Renaissance eras. But this house is anything but archaic as it has a luxurious 3-car garage and every modern amenity.
Keeping with the Tudor architectural theme, the great room features dark rustic ceiling beams that match the dark wide-plank hardwood floors. A rustic stacked stone fireplace adds a bit of Southern charm with built-in cabinets and shiplap accents above the hearth. Stately, thick would molding line entryways and archways for a stunningly bold effect.
Double islands in the kitchen allow everyone in the family to have a workstation when cooking and preparing meals. The prep sink and island provide workspace and the main island is home to the kitchen sink, dishwasher, and a large area for eating. White custom cabinets stretch to the ceiling with some of the upper cabinets containing glass inserts and lighting.
Marble countertops bring this Tudor home’s kitchen into the 21st century along with the custom hand blown glass pendant lights over the island. The exquisite range hood over the gas range adds another bold architectural element to match the rest of the detailed heavy molding and woodwork.
The formal living room features coffered ceilings with a dramatic contrast between the white-painted elaborate wood molding and the dark gray ceiling. Custom cabinets and a custom window seat provide the perfect book-reading nook
An elegant formal dining room has 4-foot tall wainscotting and custom molding with two large windows looking out into the front yard.
The master bathroom has a long soaking tub with a beautifully tiled custom backsplash. And the stand-alone shower continues with the same tile pattern on the wall along with a broken mosaic tile floor and built-in custom shower bench. The long double vanity provides extra storage and lots of counter space for two people.
A large screened-in back porch provides outdoor living areas for eating, sitting around the gas fireplace, and watching an outdoor TV. The stonework around the fireplace contrasts beautifully with the painted brick.