Architecture and building company BIRDSEYE, has designed a single-story homestead on the shores of Lake Champlain, Vermont.
The design of the home consists of four areas that are connected by a central hallway.
It also includes standing seam roofing, black-stained vertical cedar siding, and single-story gables with identical pitches.
Surrounding the home are landscaped gardens with outdoor living spaces.
Stepping inside, we see there’s a living room with a fireplace and exposed wood beams.
The dining area separates the living room from the kitchen, while the kitchen includes a large island with additional seating.
The hallway showcases the wood floor found throughout the interior, and provides access to all of the various areas of the home.
Located off the hallway, the TV room has been finished with dark grey walls, comfortable furniture, and a large black pendant light.
In one of the bedrooms, the atmosphere is brighter with light-colored walls and a wood bed frame.
In the bathroom, there are square grey tiles covering the wall, and a black framed glass screen separates the freestanding bathtub from the shower.
In another bedroom, there are multiple built-in bunk beds and storage.
Here’s a look at the floor plan…