This gorgeous dream home was built from the ground up by True North Development in collaboration with Becky Shea Design, located in the countryside of New York. Step inside this countryside home to find light-filled living spaces that are warm and welcoming and perfect for entertaining family and friends.
Dispersed over two levels, the public spaces can be found on the main level, while the private living spaces are located on the upper level with optimal views of the bucolic landscape. The beautiful windows and doors throughout this residence were manufactured by Lepage Millwork. Continue below to see the rest of this inspiring home tour…
What We Love: This countryside home in New York offers the most beautiful living spaces that were created not only for everyday living but with entertaining in mind. The gorgeous setting that surrounds this home inspires the design inside, with a light-filled causal dining area that can be enjoyed throughout the seasons. We are loving every room in this home, from the gourmet kitchen to the fabulous family room with its floor-to-ceiling stone-clad fireplace.
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Note: Check out a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have showcased here on One Kindesign in the state of New York: Tour a stunning midcentury house with inspired views of Sag Harbor Cove and Timeless shingle style home with glorious views of the Long Island Sound.
Above: The light fixture above the dining table is from Apparatus Studio. The dining chairs are from McGee & Co. The windows in this sun-filled space are manufactured by Lepage Millwork. The window treatments are from The Shade Store.
Above: The console table was sourced from McGee & Co, while the table lamp is from Hudson Valley Lighting.
Above: The wall finish in the powder room is from Portola Paints in the color Dolphin. The light fixture is from Lostine Home Goods.
Above: The handmade step stool is by world-renowned designer Thomas Hayes.
Above: This home bar features a gorgeous soapstone sink apron. The plumbing fixtures are from Waterworks. The handcrafted wall sconces were sourced from Triple Seven Home.
PHOTOGRAPHER Jake Shea