In their own words, the firm of Bodron/Fruit seeks a balance of “impeccable interior design and exceptional architecture to create noteworthy buildings with purpose and function.” 9312 Rockbrook Drive is just that. Sheathed in copper, mahogany and smooth-finish stucco, this 2004 home becomes lovelier with time. The 4,713-square-foot home features a mahogany front pivot door, floors of African Makore wood and a gourmet kitchen with sycamore cabinetry. The kitchen is adjoined by an inviting den with a wood-burning fireplace, a wall of sycamore shelving and cabinetry and expansive windows and doors, the latter which lead to the rear grounds and the infinity-edge pool.
The serene, first-floor master suite is enhanced by stunning Makore wood cabinetry, and its private master bath features expanses of Calacatta marble as countertops and floors. A delightful covered seating area overlooking the rear grounds is found just outside the master suite.
Defined by its gorgeous materials and graceful spaces, this is a home for the ages — at home in nature, with light in every room.
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