Home designed by Don Russell and completed in September 1978. As many of his admirers would acknowledge, Don Russell's designs were both ahead of his time and deeply rooted in historic, old world architecture. Using reclaimed materials and incorporating architectural antiques into a home, though now highly regarded, was not a common practice in the 1970's. As is characteristic of his style, building materials include large, reclaimed wood beams, natural local dry stack stone walls, natural stone exterior, oak and walnut hardwood flooring, antique brick flat work, solid wood custom doors and cabinetry. Liberal use of architectural antiques include fine examples of old European stained glass, incorporated wood wall panels, armoire doors, decorative carvings and unusual hardware.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker - Vanguard.