McCoy Homes – Custom Craftsman

A notable blend of craftsman and farmhouse styles, this custom build by McCoy Homes is nestled in the prestigious Thunder Farms neighborhood. A warm gray exterior with wood, brick, and stone accents creates a welcoming first impression. The open layout is characterized by soaring ceilings, wood beam trusses, and a ceiling-high stone fireplace. Warm neutral paint colors pair with custom trim molding and wainscoting, fashioning timeless character and appeal. The custom kitchen boasts light gray cabinets, leathered granite, a farmhouse sink, rustic barn doors, and a crisp white backsplash. Bathrooms are complete with classic subway tiles, custom vanities, subtle tonal accent tiles, and exotic marble and granite countertops. Thoughtfully chosen lighting creates a refined, rustic appeal that sets the tone for each space. A large rear porch is set off by white washed tongue and groove ceiling planks and wooden beams. This home embodies a comfortable balance between livability and character.

Photography by Philip Slowiak
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