Parade of Homes 2019: McFadden Construction
September 5, 2019 | by Barbara Scheppele, Cooper Creative
photo courtesy of VanLeggalo Photography by Robb Vann
As you approach McFadden Construction’s Mountain Modern home on Whitetail Lane, you know you’re in for a treat of texture. They use a masterful blend of light board and batten siding, gray clapboard siding, gray and brown ledge stone, black steel accents and brown garage doors.
Walking in the four-panel glass front door confirms your understanding of their mastery of texture. The tile flooring appears to have an industrial metal overtone. The black surround of the great room boasts a gas fireplace as well as a very large inset television. The windows and sliding doors to the outdoor living space and patio offer an exceptional view of the south hills.
The kitchen has marvelous granite countertop with metal and glass tile accents against a backdrop of elongated white subway tiles.
The Master Suite has a prominent tray ceiling with a deeply textured inset and is framed with wood and metal. The hand texturing is repeated on the wall behind the headboard.
To access the Master Bath, pass through mini wet bar and wine cooler. It will have you asking yourself why not?! The bathroom has a double vanity with under-mount sinks, a roll-in shower and freestanding bathtub. One could spend hours in the tub with a glass of wine and that stunning view.
There is a nice-sized office just across from the kitchen.
The second bedroom on the main floor has access to a bathroom with a concrete counter that has a contemporary ramped sink that slopes front to back. This bathroom is adjacent to the large laundry/mud room, which leads to the garage.
The lower level seems large with 9’ ceilings. The family room is plenty big enough to entertain, especially with the wet bar. There is a recess for the oversized television, which makes it seem more like a home theater than just a TV.
There is an ample storage room and a spacious bedroom toward the rear of the home. There is plenty of room to add a loveseat and chair to create a private nook.
The last bedroom has a walk-in closet and a built in desk. Both the lower bedroom and the living area use a bathroom with double vanity, again constructed of concrete with ramped sinks.
It has been a few years since McFadden Construction has participated in Parade. We are glad to have them back. After touring this awesome home, you will be glad they’re back as well!