It’s difficult to say what percentage of this Mason home is porch, but it’s certainly more than normal.
Truly, the screened-in porch at 4573 Braid Lane is so large and so stocked with features that you could spend hours out there watching college football without ever having to retreat inside.
When at last you do, you’ll enter into one of the house’s not-so-separate entertaining areas. Yeah, the house is modern like that. It’s constituted of several enormous spaces, all flowing together without partitions or a definite center. I’ll grant you, that design doesn’t always work. Done poorly it can feel forced and hollow. But here it’s done well, and the result is both functional and fun.
The kitchen is sufficiently hearth-y. It’s also central in the home, though true to its minimalist style you might mistake it for a large and curiously well outfitted hallway on your way from the front door to the living room.
The home’s four bedrooms are contemporary and cool, with large windows and ample closet space. Cooler still are the four bathrooms, all very modern and fresh. The master bath in particular sports a jacuzzi with one terrific view.
That view brings us back to the house’s genre, which also happens to explain the enormity of the its porch. You see, the house is in Mason’s Heritage Club, and it sits right next to Heritage Club’s award-winning golf course. Thus the hyped views from said porch and jacuzzi.
Check out the house’s offerings in convenient bullet-pointed format:
- 8,500 sq. ft. with 4 beds, 4.2 baths
- Located in Warren County on .71 acres
- Fully finished basement
- Attached garage with three spaces
- Media room, great room, and a bonus room that might double as a loft
- Kitchen with pantry, marble/granite/slate counters, island, counter bar
- Master bedroom with walk-in closet, fireplace, wood floor, and master bath
- Outdoor and enclosed patio with barbecue grill
- Geothermal heating
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