If you're looking for a home that simply exudes Southern farmhouse charm, including a number of decorative roosters, then this home is for you. From the start, you are sure to be drawn to its bright-red metal roof and contrasting white siding. The front porch, supported by six sturdy columns and a brick foundation, provides ample space for lounging with a glass of sweet tea away from the hot afternoon sun. Black shutters surround many of the windows and add that extra pop of contrast to the exterior.
Inviting you into the home is a screen door that is a bit of a family heirloom as it was taken from the owner's grandmother's home. Cheery yellow paint covers the walls of the two-story entrance, and a repurposed church pew from a local Methodist church ensures a place to sit once you arrive. The main living area of the home is open concept and includes the kitchen, dining room and living room. The color scheme is warm and appealing in its variation of brown, yellow and red tones. The kitchen features custom maple cabinetry and a large curved island. Little details like chicken wire on the open cabinets and decorative wood embellishments add that extra touch.
For added warmth, a stone fireplace has been centered in the living room, and the ceilings are clad in wood panels. Built-in bookcases surround the fireplace, providing a place for knickknacks, family photos and, of course, some reading material. As you browse through the pictures below, you're sure to start hankering for a taste of that Southern hospitality.
One corner of the roomy front porch houses a swinging bench for kids and adults alike to enjoy.
The main wall of the entrance is long enough to fit a large church pew accented by an array of patchwork pillows.
Above the kitchen range, a convenient pot filler and the beautiful wood-paneled hood act as a central focus for the space.
A curved island with seating for five allows guests and family to visit while work is ongoing in the kitchen.
Homespun decor and a few decorative roosters add interest and continue the country theme in the dining area.
The stone fireplace is sure to draw family and friends into the living room for an evening of conversation.
A colorful quilt adorns this impressive four-poster bed in one of the home's bedrooms.
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