Nestled among mature oak trees, this sprawling 8,000-square-foot Tudor-style home has been fully reimagined and restored by interior designer Marie Flanigan. With a reclaimed brick façade, rich interior architectural detailing, and design selections lush with antique furnishings, lighting, and textiles, it’s a celebration of country style and tradition – but it packs in plenty of modern touches too…
The living room serves as the home’s crown jewel with handcrafted custom and antique fixtures, a salvaged wood ceiling, and historic French stone wall from Chateau Domingue.
A Persian rug, 19th-century framed mirror, and Kevin Gillentine painting contribute to the found nature of this open concept living space.
Steps away, copper and iron accents lend warmth in the kitchen and breakfast room.
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A hand carved limestone hood surround, hammered copper sink, and muted colour palette feel light and refreshing against the surrounding outdoor view.
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The kitchen opens out onto this terrace with a covered outdoor dining area. A ceiling fan makes sure this space feels cool even on the hottest summer day.
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Light floods through double French doors in the dining room, highlighting seating for eight.
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The dining room also has access to a wine room with a petrified wood splash back.
Next to the wine room there’s a home bar area that boasts custom walnut cabinetry and onyx finishes.
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Wood panelled walls lend a more old-world touch to this masculine office space.
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There’s an extra desk space that makes the most of an under-stair alcove.
Hague Blue plaster walls and a reclaimed vanity create an elegant look in the cloakroom.
The brass taps and sink give the vintage vanity table a modern update.
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The girl’s room at the top of the house boasts a sophisticated sense of whimsy.
A built-in bed makes the most of an awkward alcove nook. The bed features trundle drawers for hidden storage. Scalloped bedding adds a pretty touch to this girly scheme.
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A desk area uses up the alcove space opposite the bed. A framed artwork and wall light make this space feel very elegant and grown-up for a homework nook.
There’s a separate family room and play room. The window seat features drawers for hiding toys away, and there’s basket storage too for on the book shelves.
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The hallway to the master bedroom is lined with art and wood furniture. Furniture is aged and full of character, yet is still a world away from the dated lacquered wood antiques you’ll find in old fashioned homes.
Walnut detailing continues in the master suite. Luxurious fabrics lend warmth and texture while Gregorius Pineo table lamps illuminate the 19th-century mirror that crowns a custom upholstered bed.
A seating area with curated French double caned daybed and a stone coffee table stands directly across from the master bathroom.
The bedroom features hand-carved doors that lead to separate his-and-her wardrobes.
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A spa-inspired bathroom retreat is entirely covered in 3.5-inch shiplap.
Galerie de Lampes sconces shine down on the custom walnut vanity, Calacatta marble finishes, and unlacquered brass accents below.