Builder Mark K. Weiss and Architects McIntyre-Capron have collaborated to re-create America's quintessential house style, reinventing it for the 21st century family. 541 Red Fox celebrates today's interpretation of the American farmhouse by focusing on traditional elements of historic architecture as adapted for modern needs, such as a front wrap-around porch, porte-cochere entrance, detached garage, tall windows, masonry fireplace and deep roof eaves.
The floor plan, unbounded to accommodate modern living, heralds the new arrangement of interior space. Open and awash in daylight, this home offers interior spaces that include a large country kitchen open to a 25’ x 19’ family room, a private-access home office, family charging station, entertainment bar, a boutique-style dressing room off the master bedroom, a customizable space over the 3-car detached garage, as well as extraordinary storage capacity.
Kitchen: Custom beaded inset all wood kitchen cabinetry
Period Style Baths
Front Porch: Exposed rafters and headboard ceiling
Abundant recessed lights, ceiling lights, sconces and dimmers throughout
Fireplaces: Living Room: Masonry chimney and wood burning, Rumford fireplace
Front Door: Large 8’ high authentic "Dutch" front door (On display at Tague Lumber Malvern showroom)
Siding: James Hardie Brand fiber-cement siding