Welcome to Day #3 of our week-long tour of houses from the Indianapolis Home-a-Rama: Luxury Edition! This traditional New England-style house was built by Phil Myers Custom Homes and is still on the market for about $2.5 million (check out the MLS listing here).
It was decorated by Deanna Whetstone and Theresa Sherley of Whetstone & Associates, who say they wanted to blend “historically accurate appeal with the desired modern conveniences.” The builder was inspired to create “yesteryear charm with details such as a wrap-around front porch, a grand-curved staircase, formal walnut woodwork, a paneled, two-story library, and lighting and molding you may find in an early 1900s estate home.”
The house has 5 bedrooms and 8 baths, and it sits on 1.5 acres. Take a look around and then let me know–is this the kind of house you’d want to live in?
I thought it was interesting the way the four garages were arranged–two on each side of the house–to create a courtyard effect in front of the house.
What do you think? Do you like this house better than the first two I showed you? Come back tomorrow to see a house that was built to look like a classic on the outside but feels a little contemporary on the inside!
If You Missed the Other Home-a-Rama Houses:
- Home-a-Rama House #1: Heartwood Homes
- Home-a-Rama House #2: Environmentally Friendly Tudor
- Readers Favorite: Sophia’s Harbor from the Cincinnati Home-a-Rama
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