The Thompson Moseley House | Quintessential 1959 Buff, Straub & Hensman Post And Beam
Gently sited on more than half an acre on a slight knoll, The Thompson Moseley House, built in 1959 – represents the pivotal and seminal early pitched roof “post and beam” work by Buff, Straub & Hensman. Exceptional restoration, true to its original design and modernized by Space Int’l, it capitalizes on today’s desired style of living – with added light, generous and open public entertaining spaces, a captivating master suite, chefs kitchen and walk-in bar hideaway. Materials include dovetailed white oak built-ins, light grey stone and reclaimed “end-block” oak flooring. The primary residence includes three bedrooms and baths.
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