The Mission style, also known as Arts and Crafts or the Prairie School, grew out of excessive Victorian ornamentation and a desire for simple beauty and honest craftsmanship. Inspired by these genres, the Stafford reinterprets these classic styles for contemporary living without sacrificing style or substance. Exterior details include timber, cedar shake, and stone, giving the Stafford a timeless appeal. Custom columns, transom windows, and historically inspired light fixtures add to the home’s Arts and Crafts flavor.
On the first floor, a spacious foyer leads to an octagon-shaped living room. Nearby, a large kitchen and the hearth room boast raised ceilings and serve as the heart of the home The adjacent octagonal dining room is open to the second floor, while a nearby large screen porch and hot tub off the kitchen blends indoor and outdoor spaces. The guest bedroom and convenient laundry are also located on the first floor. On the right side of the home, a spacious suite with his-and-hers closet offers the perfect getaway at home. The lower level has two additional family suites, a sports court, kitchenette, billiards area and home theater.
Photographer: Ashley Avila Photography & M Buck Studio
Builder: Scott Christopher Homes