Kelmscott Manor3109 Chapel Woods Cove
Classic Home Design – Ed Yendrick
AgriScapes Landscape & Irrigation
Every plan starts from a seminal thought. That first thought of Kelmscott Manor is to combine the best of the past with the best of the present time. The front elevation of the Kelmscott Manor is a romantic vision from the English countryside consistent with the Arts and Craft style seen in the old farmhouses built circa 1600. The floor plan was inspired by the desires of the modern families in Memphis. Dave Moore and his design team have left nothing to chance but rather, fastidiously attended to every detail and design decision.
Those details include a front entry that leads to a two-story stair hall that features a platform stair that covers a glass encased wine cooler central to the dining room and the kitchen. The family room behind the entry, is large enough for any family gathering but crowned with a low sloped vaulted ceiling with custom beams to create a cozy and intimate feeling. The casual dining area is connected to the outdoor living space via a sliding door unit for those perfect summer days by the pool. The master suite is tucked away for privacy onto the back of the house with all the modern conveniences and the security of a custom designed storm shelter integrated into the master closet.
As you go to the second level, the stair is finished with an open handrail visible from the stair hall below. Once at the top you will find a clerestory ceiling over the balcony. The upstairs floor plan features three bedrooms that are en suite and with large closets. The recreation space over the garage is perfect for a large media area for family movie nights.
Enjoy! Dave is proud to submit Kelmscott Manor as his 2019 Vesta Home Show entry.