Architectural Detailing: 2006 BALA Award Winner

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The Exacta model displays a wide array of architectural detailing. From specialty millwork to columns, arches, trim and molding, this house is well-suited for empty nesters seeking a glamorous home. Guests enter through a mini rotunda and can move to the dining room, which has a column-defined 10-foot high ceiling.

February 01, 2007

INTERIOR DESIGN: BEST DETAIL

 

The Exacta model displays a wide array of architectural detailing. From specialty millwork to columns, arches, trim and molding, this house is well-suited for empty nesters seeking a glamorous home. Guests enter through a mini rotunda and can move to the dining room, which has a column-defined 10-foot high ceiling. There is also an arched entrance to the open kitchen/great room.

The slate-covered courtyard off the great room provides additional outdoor living space. A Miranda fireplace serves a double purpose year-round outdoors and indoors within the master retreat.

Category: Best Detail in a Production Home

Project Name: The Residence at Bulle Rock

Location: Havre de Grace, Md.

Designer/Architect: The Martin Architectural Group, Philadelphia

Builder: Clark Turner Signature Homes, Belcamp, Md.

Interior Designer: LeMaire Interieurs, Bel Air, Md.

Developer: MTBR, Columbia, Md.

Land Planner: Morris & Ritchie Associates, Abingdon, Md.

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