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Marley Grange
This house is sited on top of a small hill with views of the distant mountains, fields of horses and a small wooded area.  From the initial approach, the house is hidden from view.  The driveway winds along the property until the roof lines are seen from afar. A mix of indigenous materials such as stucco and local stone, and newer materials such as the pre painted metal roof create an interesting and unusual juxtaposition. 
mg-rear view
mg-bedroom dormers The exterior elevations were inspired by the Cotswolds which were created with steeply pitch roofs, and dramatic shapes.  The resulting interior spaces are generous and unusual: a rich play of high cathedral ceilings in some areas and low ceilings more attuned to the human scale.  The use of stained natural woods throughout brings warmth and beauty to the rooms.
mg-library fireplace
mg-entrance foyer
mg-feature window at stairs
mg-breakfast room
mg-shed dormer

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