Conceived as a model home for a new 500-unit sporting club, this 4,500-square-foot home is aimed to capture a sense of the vernacular West Virginia countryside. That theme, primarily visible on the exterior, incorporates natural stone, board-and-batten siding, and careful placement in a woodsy setting. Interiors are more contemporary, but a classical great room dominates the living spaces, with exposed wood ceilings and plenty of daylight.
Category: Custom home, more than 3,500 square feet; Entrant/Architect: Donald M. Rattner, formerly with Ferguson Shamamian & Rattner Architects, New York; Builder: Sterling Construction Management WV, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.; Developer: Dolan, Pollak, & Schram Development Co., Richmond Hill, Ga.; Land Planner/Landscape Architect: DesignWorks, Charleston, S.C.; Interior Designer: Victoria Hagan Interiors, New York
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