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The real estate consists of a beautiful timber frame home that was constructed in 1995/1996 by Donald Williams, a professional architectural and engineering designer, as his personal residence. The home is a unique, high quality structure from the standing seam roofing system to the custom made 6 panel doors. The home features an open effect to all 3 levels highlighting the post frame construction with the wood pegged mortise & tenon construction, 3-4 bedrooms including a master suite w/ coffee bar & beautiful kitchen w/ Fehrenbacher cabinets. Please click here to download and view Mr. Williams personal description of his home.
70’ x 115’ lot improved with a 2,722 square foot home.
Three bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms.
Master Suite with a morning kitchen with sink, microwave and under-counter refrigerator.
Master Bath with double sinks and combination shower / bath with whirlpool jets.
Walk-over bridge from Master Suite to an oversized garage with 12’ x 24’ unfinished bonus room.
Additional room could serve as a fourth bedroom, den or office.
16’ x 16’ loft on third floor.
Inviting open concept on first floor containing Great Room, Sunroom, Dining Area and Kitchen.
Sunroom with eastern exposure and three skylights, glass window walls and a natural gray slate floor.
12’ x 30’ Great Room with gas log fireplace with slate.
12’ x 20’ Dining Area adjacent to kitchen.
Kitchen with island counter with sink, bar and step-down counter at the end of island.
Unique glass wall / door oversized garage perfect for showcasing vehicles.
Extremely energy efficient construction.
Elevator shaft with power in place that is currently floored and used as large closets.
Attractive, mature landscaping with garden and walk-ways.
All interior doors, trim, casework, cabinets , stair parts and interior wood finishes were custom made by Wood Specialties by Fehrenbacher
Please note: A small portion of the property is located in Flood Zone A
NEW HARMONY, IN: New Harmony, IN, was founded in 1814 by Harmonists and was later purchased by Robert Owen as his Owenite Utopian community. New Harmony today remains one of the most interesting historical communities in the country. It is a wonderful community in which to retire, raise a family or just come to visit and enjoy a slower pace of life. The Williams House would make a wonderful family retreat in a pleasant Southern Indiana community.