No need to worry about nosy neighbors. 1
The home is on over 5 acres land. Neighbors would have to be ridiculously nosy and make pests of themselves to see the property, because there are no neighboring homes close by at all.
It's one of a kind. 2
The home was custom-built in 2015 as a collaboration between interior designer Joan Behnke & Associates and renowned architechet Richard Landry. There isn't another one like it anywhere.
Got cars? No problem. 3
See that stone carport and circular driveway? It holds 20 vehicles. There's also a three-car garage available.
The windows in the living room are amazing. 5
Look at those windows. The view is spectacular 24/7. Who needs TV with views like that?
The dining room is perfect for a round table. 6
A lot of fancy homes have long rectangular tables in the dining room. This dining room has such a great circular lighting detail on the ceiling that it just begs for a round table.
The home office has a fireplace. 7
As far as home offices go, this one is huge. We love the fireplace, which is just one of five in the home.
Check out this family room. 8
The walls on either side are windows! Imagine sitting down with your kids to watch a movie in this room. If you hate the movie, you can just look out the windows.
You can have outdoor dining inside. 9
This dining area does such a great job of incorporating the outdoors that it feels like it is outdoors. If you want to let in even more of the outdoors, all you have to do is throw the doors open to feel the air.
Oh, you might get a stray golf ball. 11
We almost forgot to tell you that the property is next to the ninth hole of the Country Club, which is the oldest country club in the US. So while you won't have to deal with nosy neighbors, you might have to deal with a stray golf ball and nosy golfers.
You knew there had to be a pool, right? 12
And what a pool! It's nicer than the pools at many luxury hotels.
That's not a barn; it's a guesthouse. 13
The barn-inspired guesthouse has a yoga studio, full bath, sleeping loft, and walls that pop open to let air in. Zen, much?
This is the inside of the guesthouse. 14
The fireplace is open on both sides. The ceiling is all wood. The place has a retreat vibe going on.
When the weather is nice, you can let it in. 15
The walls just sort of slide away when you want the natural air to come in. It's such a great and thoughtful feature to incorporate into the design. It's hard to believe that Gisele and Tom would ever want to let go of this place, but they do.