Country Club Rd. Residence

This gracious property with an agrarian and equestrian history made for an idyllic setting for a new home. A charming 1920s farmhouse and grand oak trees characterized the existing property. It was paramount to work in harmony with both while creating a family home that would be both of its time and timeless, welcoming a new generation and reaching out to generations to come. skip to projects

location:  spartanburg, sc

completed:  2021

reed construction co.

moore - front of house

view of house upon approach, photographed after completion

moore - front perspective

A rendering of the house upon approach showing the front entry and connection to existing farmhouse (on left)

moore - back of house

A view of the house from the back of the property

moore - view through trees

A view through the trees from the private drive

moore - front of house and drive

the front of the house with circular drive and connecting historic farmhouse (left)

moore - front elevation

the front elevation and front porch

moore - front door

at one room deep, the foyer welcomes and draws visitors through, tying into the outdoor living and landscape beyond.

moore - dog at front door

This yellow lab was a fixture on the site during construction, serving as companion, superintendant and now protector of home.

moore - lantern and door hardware

front porch details highlighting material and texture

moore - back porch

the outdoor living room

moore - firepit

a firepit in the back yard with a glimpse of the house in the background

moore - old front door

front of the old farmhouse (with the red door) as it connects to the side of the new house

moore - foyer

they foyer upon entry

moore - stair

the stair is tucked away so it is not prominent from the front door, but reaches out gently into the foyer.

moore - breakfast hall

from the breakfast area with dining to the right and kitchen ahead, centered on a custom range hood and marble backsplash

moore - kitchen

the kitchen opens to a view of the back of the property and is awash in light.

moore - kitchen

upper cabinets are limited to interior walls to maximize views and daylight.

moore - kitchen

a view into the pantry, mud, and laundry areas from kitchen, with a captive audience lying comfortably in her appointed spot

moore - mud and powder

the mud and laundry spaces lead into the pantry and kitchen and a small powder room off of the primary living room

moore - dining and butler's pantry

glimpses into the dining room form opposite directions - from the foyer and through the pantry

moore - living

a large bay window in the living room overlooks the immediately adjacent outdoor living room.

moore - master vanity

the master vanity with a peek into the backyard through a centered hexagonal window

moore - master tub

the master tub and shower awash in light with privacy provided through half height plantation shutters

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