Modern Southern Farmhouse With Amazing Views
This charming modern farmhouse with its large, wraparound porch and black, barn-like garage, is a stylish home. It sits on 20 private acres with mature trees along the edges of the property in Dresden, Tennessee. The back porch that overlooks a pond.
The house features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, a porch that wraps around three sides of the farmhouse with a black metal roof. The double entry doors with glass panels are painted black. And the windows have black frames, giving the exterior a more modern look. Not only does this property stand out for its unique architectural beauty, it also provides very energy efficient features such as spray foam insulation, tankless water heater, and low emissivity windows. This property also provides an abundance of storage space such as built-in shelves, cabinets, and walk-in closets. Outside, there is a covered front and back porch overlooking beautiful views.
The living room shows off farmhouse style at its best: a cozy fireplace, a wooden chest in the center, comfortable wingback chairs in yellow and a cool pendant lamp over the space. The farmhouse bathroom feature marble tiles, graphite grey furniture and gorgeous views and I love the cozy farmhouse shower corner. I adore the dark and moody home office with lots of built-in bookshelves, vintage rustic furniture and a carved console and lamps.
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