Custom Construction at Valley View
What’s better than a truly transitional new construction home steps from the Wissahickon trails in Chestnut Hill in one of the most sought after streets in all of Pennsylvania? It’s complete with a thoughtful open floor plan offering over 5000 square feet on three levels and the finishes are to die for.
The only thing better than a home with all the before mentioned humble brags, is one that’s furnished with top quality furniture, rugs and lighting from our award winning interior design team, of course. The traditional Pennsylvania farmhouse style, combined with a contemporary architectural design and neutral furnishings sets the stage for today’s homebuyer to have everything they’ve dreamt of in a new construction home.
The white kitchen and breakfast room repeats gold accents from adjacent rooms’ design details. Wolf, SubZero and Bosch appliances, large island and custom cabinetry offer generous counter space, storage and cooking solutions. The contrasting black kitchen island and black metals of light fixtures in the reflect tones in the breakfast room. Balancing light textural fabrics with natural wood tones is something HD does best. Nevermind the gorgeous natural light pouring in from rear windows!
The casual dining room has a relaxed feel with light wood, modern upholstered dining chairs and curved fixtures. Henck Design’s approach to interior design is really about relaxed luxury in this gathering space for friends and family. The truly transitional style of this home and the generally neutral feel of each space makes for a cohesive interior that honors both modern and classic points of view.
HD completed the foyer with white oak detailing in both tray ceilings as well as on door casings to tie other millwork items throughout the home. The happy clients can help but appreciate the relaxed luxury aesthetic.
Through the foyer and into the family room, there is a dramatic one-of-a-kind custom millwork that unfolds visually. The stunning fireplace repeats wood tones from the transitional staircase and flooring. The builtin was designed by the HD interior design team with remarkable detailing and added storage. The asymmetrical look adds a contemporary interest and dimension to the space, proving that even new construction homes can have character, as long as the interior design is carefully approached.
This home’s interior design and location are amazing based on the walkability to Chestnut Hill shopping, restaurants, schools and a world class sports facility. A quick commute to Center City and 90 minutes to Manhattan completes the vision for this fabulous custom home. Because the furnishings are light, neutral and textured, the home is both attractive and the finishes add longevity to the home’s design style.
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