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A plush wood bench and a window seat make for a comfortable, luxurious and airy place to relax and sleep. From inside the doorway, it’s easier to see the sheer size of the kitchen. Large cabinets and drawers line the walls, and wall-cabinets provide even more storage space. Through the doorway beyond, the kitchen continues with a double convection oven and even more cabinets. On the far side of the space, the doors open up to another dining area on the covered balcony. Off the master bedroom is the enormous master bathroom, separated into three sections. Shown here is the vanity with his-and-hers sinks, dual laundry baskets, and the separate room with a claw-foot bathtub. Hidden open shelving can be seen from the pantry, which has twelve cabinets and a wine cabinet as well. The dining room combines a natural wood table with striped wicker chairs. Each chair has a compass emblazoned on the back of the chair. Blue in the area rug differentiates the space further. An antler light fixture hangs above the dining table. On the second floor, we enter the main open concept space with a dining area and living room. Large glass windows and doors lead out to the two balconies on two sides of the room. A vaulted ceiling rises around the masonry fireplace. This view better shows the black marble countertops and the sink in the island. During the day, the glass doors can be left open to circulate air through the spacious room. The marble floors turn back into the grey hardwood floors in the large walk-in closet. The kitchen is mostly white, with a glossy off-white backsplash. The kitchen is deceptively deep. From this angle, it looks average sized. Another sitting area with a glass-topped coffee table and a trellis instead of a roof. Cushions can be easily taken inside in case of rain. Shutters may be opened while bathing to take advantage of the view, or stay closed for privacy. A wine bucket rests nearby. Two floor lights on either side of the claw-foot tub ensure that there isn’t an absence of light. At the foot of the narrow two-flight staircase lined by more wainscoting and a slim white handrail, we see a series of photographs decorating the walls. The family room has lots of comfortable, cozy seating, a large home theater, and built-in shelving and bookcases surrounding the media center. The completely white vanity, paired with the marble flooring, walls and countertops give this bathroom a pristine and luxurious feel. An exterior shot of the home, showing the various balconies and windows that give the home an open feel. The yard is fenced in, and the entryway is framed by natural stone masonry. A straight-on view of the living room area. A wall-mounted flat screen television rests on one wall. A separate seating area with a telescope sits in one of the corners. Moving to the left, we can see the way the two rugs, one a solid, the other striped, use complementary colors to unify the room while still keeping the two functions of the areas separate. Taking a right off the staircase, the master bedroom suite takes up the back half of the second level. The light gray wood floors continue into this room, unifying the floor. The white walls and wainscoting make another appearance, as does the deep blue from the rug in the dining room. The Grayson Custom Home by Webb & Brown-Neaves exterior. The view from the top of the stairs shows the entryway. While descending the staircase, small lights can be seen. Beyond the stairs is the family room. The kitchen lays just beyond the threshold of the room, unseparated by doors. Moving around the side of the home. we can see a two-story outside courtyard and balcony, unified by the large stone fireplace. A final shot of the exterior of the home, showing the sheer square-footage of the living area. From this angle, the long ottoman, baskets on top for additional storage, and a full-length mirror are visible. The home office has large built-in bookcases and a striped area rug beneath the desk. Large windows in the corner provide natural light. From a closer view, the marble island has seating for three and a large sink. The two areas are separated by a small centerpiece. From this angle, the double glass doors leading outside to one of the balconies is clearly visible just beyond the media center. A view from the backside of the sitting area provides a view into the hallway, where we can see the elevator and staircase. A nighttime view of the living room highlights how bright the room stays, even when there is no natural light coming in through the windows. A wicker truck acts as a coffee table, which complements the two glass-topped rope side tables. The tray ceiling has recessed lighting above the home theater. A massive outdoor grill provides another cooking area, to prevent moving through the main dining room to the kitchen and back. A close-up of the dining table reveals the wood pattern and the compasses on the chairs. imple rug marks the entryway to the home. Set into a former closet is a white buffet for storage. To the right, stairs lead up to the second floor and the main living area. To the left, the family room is visible. The walls are light olive with white wainscoting. The wicker furniture and luggage accents make another appearance in the guest bedroom. The pastel patterned bedding is tucked into a beige plush platform bed. The low carpet has a subtle striped pattern.