Entry #1754, October 24, 2012
Many people wonder what makes a specific design looks great. Well, let the lakefront manse gives you visualization on how greatness is defined. This award-winning design can be found on the shores of Lake Tahoe. The manse is definitely something that you ask for when it comes to design and architecture.
The design concepts in this lakefront manse combine the classic cabin details and beautifully balance it with modern touches. Having a total house is about 4,700 square-foot, the designers made sure that there will be no space left unnoticed. Who doesn’t love a beautiful home and regardless if you have Asgard metal sheds or a multi-million dollar home, seeing beautiful architecture is always inspiring.
To further illustrate its distinction, here are some impressive features of the award-winning design on the shores of Lake Tahoe:
Skylights at the peak of the roof
This is one of the modern touches that are remarkably done. A great source of sunlight in daytime and can be a star gazing site during night-time. The skylights at the peak of the roof are also a great design inclusion for an energy-efficient home. You will also be amazed on how the structure is built according to plan.
Sleek and neutral kitchen
The kitchen design is excellently designed to perfection. With its sleek design, you cannot help but appreciate how the designers manage to put things in order. Its sleek design provides a wide space for people to move around and have fun with doing kitchen tasks like cooking, meal preparation and other chores.
What’s a good design without having the amenities? The lakefront manse includes hot spring-fed swimming pool and a tennis court. In additional, there’s a hot springs water line runs to each property that docks and moors the facilities for uninterrupted service.
These are just a few features that you can experience and appreciate in this manse. The superb beauty and elegance of its design really deserves to be recognized as one of the best.
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