Welcome to our gallery highlighting the unique, ultra-modern Groveland Project, a home by Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses.
The structure is comprised of a 9,000 square foot interior wrapped in concrete, basalt stone, stained cedar, and composite panels. The three-story home offers significant amenities within and without: a putting green appears on the upper floor, pool and entertainment stand on the middle level, and intimate views of natural bedrock at the lower level. A wide footprint allows the central living spaces of the home to expand into double-floor heights. These tall areas meet the large roof plane with a shaped underside. This complex, articulated roof binds the various segments of the house together and creates diverse, stunning exterior spaces from all directions.
Photography by: Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses and Ema Peter Photography.
The rear of the home opens toward a cornucopia of detail, with concrete and wood patio sections framing a large pool. Fire pits and conversation spaces are overlooked by the rooms featuring floor to ceiling glass panels.
The patio features several distinct conversation and fire spaces featuring spectacular views. The pool is framed with an infinity edge, with a built-in jacuzzi seen at center.
This open concept living room features a burst of color amidst the neutral structural tones. Behind the wraparound sectional we see the open kitchen and dining spaces. Wire-frame chandelier and stair structure show innovative use of metal.
The kitchen is filled with sharp, sleek countertops and soft hued tile, with a large marble backsplash at right. Rich cedar appears in contrast to the bright minimalist style, while full height exterior glass illuminates the space.
Viewed head on, the kitchen makes perfect contrast between bold white surfaces and rich cedar paneling. The large island features a built-in sink and range plus dining space for four.
The bathroom features this extraordinarily unique sink, with large floor-mounted faucet leaning over a white cylinder pedestal. Micro-tile walls highlight the glass-framed mirror at right.
The central hall in the home is filled with hardwood flooring, bisecting the stone and white tile spaces of the interior. Central staircase is wrapped in glass panels, ensuring clear lines of sight throughout.
Moving back to view the entire open plan, double-height living space, we see the intricate mixture of glass, steel, hardwoods, concrete, and marble that provide a lived in touch to the ultra-modern home.
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