Ritchie spent the better part of July working late nights trying to finish the “Concept Home” his company was building. Before reading this post I would recommend viewing the virtual tour of the house at http://www.stadlercustomhomes.com/ taking special note of the following:
*The sweet fish tank in the foyer (also visible from the office) *The shape of the great island in the kitchen. On the far left it has shelves for cookbooks and then you can see the drawers for storage and cubbies for baskets. It was awesome. *The 3 levels of outdoor patio/entertainment area
As is my tradition when touring 2.9 million dollar homes, I took a few photos of the features I liked best…
This is the ceiling in the study. I love the iron scrolling along the panels (but I’d hate to dust it!)
This is the hood over the range in the kitchen. If you look closely you can see the faint stencils again in the corners. At first I didn’t like the antique look of it. Uncle Ben described it as furniture from the Goodwill. However, after looking at it for a week I came to appreciate the contrast between the dark antiqued wood and the cream glazed cabinets. I really like the finished kitchen.
The media room wasn’t represented in these pictures or in the slideshow. It had a mini-kitchen, huge screen tv, leather couch and round poker table. I really liked the sliding windows that allowed you to pass through food/games from the media room to the main level veranda.
Hope you’ve enjoyed this little view of Stadler Custom Homes’ 6 Augusta. Have a terrific day!