Eclectic Farmhouse

Eclectic Farmhouse

Showcasing versatility in home building, this custom Hill Country Farmhouse from John Siemering Homes exudes eclectic character and charm with mixed exterior finishes. The highlight of this home is the exquisite custom stone work found throughout the exterior and interior. The centerpiece is the large dual-sided fireplace hand crafted from stone boulders in the living area and finished with custom tile and mantle work on the dining room side. Polished concrete floors and smooth white walls provide a neutral surface, letting the stone work and design speak for itself. 

The home features custom finishes throughout such as reclaimed pine doors, hand hewn ceiling beams and large fir columns. The large chef's kitchen provides a pop of color with blue painted kitchen cabinets. A large butcher block stand, marble countertops, and inlaid backsplash round out the kitchen design. 

Unique details such as a hand painted reclaimed barn door, stained glass stair railing, and colorful hideaway children's areas enhance the eclectic feel of the home. These particular clients wanted to provide dedicated spaces for their grandchildren in the home. A small door leading to a playroom under the stairs and a loft play area in the study ensures a fun visit every time. 

The tranquil turquoise master bedroom features shiplap wood paneling on the ceiling and an attached private sitting area with a fireplace. The soothing master bath stuns with custom rock work leading to the shower plus a huge soaking tub surround with a granite top. 

This home offers plenty of outdoor living space complete with a fire pit overlooking the large rectangular pool. The custom stone work theme carries from the house to the pool area, turning the entire backyard into a private oasis.

“My greatest desire as a homebuilder is for my clients to enjoy the process and the experience of building their custom home, as much as they enjoy the home I build.”

John Siemering

“JSH brought up changes along the way that made sense to us. They were very active in trying to deliver the concept we had in mind which was very helpful. Some of these things are very small details, but at the end of the day they’re important.”

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