Walking up to the Maison de Ville, one is immediately reminded of a simpler era. The house has features that could have come straight from the French countryside of the eighteenth or nineteenth century. It is truly a storybook house, in appearance, yet designed inside for today's comfortable lifestyles. Its tall, stone and stucco chimney of local limestone facade are tucked inside a courtyard that would be the perfect setting for an French garden. Copper finials, a steep roof pitch, arched windows and other traditional French country cottage detailing add character and scale.
Upon entry, one is greeted by a open, circular stair, and a step down to a surprisingly large, open great room with, vaulted, beamed ceiling, and fireplace flanked by tall windows allowing maximum natural light. The opposite end of the room features a large, curved window to allow for expansive views to the outside. A small, walled terrace is accessed through two sets of French doors on one side.
An open, modern kitchen and eating area open to the great room and have access to a large terrace behind. A laundry and powder room are conveniently located just off the kitchen. The large master bedroom with fireplace and bath with tub and shower are easily accessible off the kitchen behind the circular stair.