A 1984 split-level in Northwest Hills has been rejuvenated inside and out with a thorough remodel in the oh-so-popular modern farmhouse style by local developer Cedar and Oak Homes.
The outside of the house at 3915 Dry Creek Drive has been completely overhauled, from its eye-catching stained maple door and pristine white Hardie siding to its new energy efficient windows. Its new look continues into the terraced backyard where carved-out staircases lead to a backyard sitting area, and new stained maple French doors open onto an elegant pergola-topped patio.
The remodel is just as thorough inside with all new wiring, appliances, tiling, and more. The house features an open floorplan, with a joint living room, kitchen, and dining room done up in neutral hues.
The kitchen showcases custom cabinetry accented with brass hardware, KitchenAid appliances including a double oven, and a 10-foot peninsula with counter seating. Kitchen storage is in no short supply given the walls of built-in cabinetry. The space also comes with a dedicated coffee counter and a custom breakfast nook that stars a charming built-in banquet. Vaulted ceilings give the adjacent living room an airy feeling, while the shiplap-clad fireplace warms the room up both physically and aesthetically.
The house has five bedrooms in total, including a second-floor master suite with vaulted ceilings and French doors that open onto a side balcony. The master bathroom sports a custom dual-sink vanity with black hardware and has a roomy walk-in shower.
Two of the three additional bedrooms on the home’s second floor feature bespoke built-in desks with shiplap accents. The home’s fifth bedroom, set away from the rest on the bottom floor, can be used as a flex space or a mother-in-law suite.
Sound too good to be true? It is, nearly. The house is pending sale right now, but that doesn’t quite mean it’s a done deal. The property was listed with Brien Silver at Compass for $975,000.