An enchanting home that features custom details, striking architecture, five bedrooms, a two-acre parcel, as well as some wonderful surprises, makes its debut at the 2016 Homearama Touring Edition, presented by Vectren, from Friday, July 22, to Sunday, Aug. 7.
The Chateau Sérendipité, “House of Serendipity,” magnificently brought to life by G.A. White Homes, offers buyers an estate boasting grand and beautiful touches. Valued at $1.5 million, Chateau Sérendipité is one of the first homes to be constructed in Wood Ridge, a community of wooded, luxury estates in Beavercreek.
Buyers will have their breaths taken away, even before setting one foot inside. The stately home stands back over 100 feet from the street, and a meandering driveway brings guests up a garden-filled walk that leads to the vaulted front porch, adorned with eight-foot, arched, double-entry doors.
A soaring foyer leads to the open-concept floorplan that reaches to a stunning view of the woods beyond. An oversized office, complete with custom wainscoting and ceiling treatments, is to the left. A dramatic spiral staircase leads into the finished lower living level. A vaulted ceiling, timber beams, and a 20-foot marble fireplace accents the great room. A living room connects to a gorgeous kitchen equipped with Thermador appliances, including a 48-inch range and 60-inch refrigerator, and an island with seating for eight. The dining room highlights a stunning view of the grounds.
The expansive master suite has 11-foot ceilings, and it includes an in-home spa escape, featuring Ferguson Enterprises plumbing fixtures and marble throughout. The house also showcases an entertainment center complete with gathering space, a grand piano, a bar, and large media and gaming rooms.
This custom estate delivers beauty, grandeur, and modern-style amenities guaranteed to please the eye, impress the mind, and warm the heart. Chateau Sérendipité should be the first stop for everyone attending Homearama 2016.
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