Bradley CreekElementary School
Roland GriseMiddle School
There is a moment in time when a home becomes a piece of art. 6207 Fox Run Road impeccably exemplifies that very moment. Upon turning onto the grounds, you are immediately transported in both time and space to a place where horses freely roam and greet you at any of the home's many cathedral windows. To a place where scale, symmetry and grandiosity come together harmoniously and in a place that feels like it has existed throughout the centuries. As you pull up to the home, you cannot help but to be mesmerized by the stunning quarry rock that pays homage to the ''Chapel of Ease'' in Barrow House, Ireland. This one-of-a-kind, fully custom estate home is sure to impress even the most discerning clientele. The front door is custom made to fit the home's esthetics and the mantle above the real masonry fireplace was designed to replicate a piece from a French chateau. This remarkable statement piece is made from recovered fire brick, salvaged from an old building in Boston. The stunning lighting in the barn was once in the Waldorf Astoria. The cedar roof is lined by copper gutters and downspouts, the grounds are as beautiful as they are meticulous, and the tranquility is ever lasting. Each bedroom exists in own slice of perfection, complimented by breathtaking ensuite lavatories and access to the European-inspired courtyard with pool, Roman-Gothic style statues, gas lanterns, and a privacy wall built with same quarry stone that is used for the home. While the exterior of this home may appear to be ornate, the interior captures quintessential minimalism with a seemingly monastic approach. The largest room of the home is comprised of a combination kitchen, dining and living room that coexist seamlessly, showing off high cathedral ceilings, epitomizing the acoustics of the music that flows through the integrated speaker system. There are beautiful homes and then there are homes that are works of art.