Who grew up in a rancher? I bet more of us than not. I have so many fond memories from the ranch style house I grew up in. Big picture windows, brick accents and a huge yard filled with gigantic pine trees. Of-course, by the time I left home, my personal style was completely different and I thought I would never want to live in a rancher. Lately…I’m thinking I wouldn’t mind. Oh the possibilities and all the space they provide on one level. Not only that, wouldn’t it be fun to find the ugliest one on the block and change it into a beauty like Rafterhouse did in Phoenix with this one. Sorry I don’t have a photo of the before for you to see.My hubs and I took a Sunday afternoon drive today to attend the Open House.Love the design of the wainscoting and brick accented fireplace all the way to the ceiling.Built-in library with sliding ladder. I SO appreciate this feature. I have to carry around a step ladder with me everywhere I go in my house. Haha.And this is what made me really want to view this home. Love this farmhouse style white kitchen. Love, love, love the vintage pantry door.The farmhouse sink is a must have!!!Master bedroom with a set of barn doors leading to the master bath. Swooning!Rafterhouse designs and makes the stunning hardware.Carrara marble and subway tile…always a gorgeous combination! Plenty of room for two in the on-suite which includes a HUGE walk-in shower with numerous shower heads and full-length bench and stand alone tub.Entry to the laundry/mudroom.Loads of storage and that’s just this side of the laundry room!Super cool sink in this bathroom which features a door to the backyard and pool. There is also a walk-in shower to wash off after playing hard outdoors. All this and a view to boot!!!
The Open House was so busy, I didn’t even get the chance to introduce myself. But, I’m sure I’ll be re-visiting them at future Open Houses. You can also see them at JITT Vintage Markets with their barn doors!
Hope you enjoyed the tour! Since we’re getting our home ready to sell, I’m hoping a great “ugly” rancher is in our future to remodel. We’ll see where God leads.