The Billingsley's wanted this house to be the last house they ever live in.
They went over every detail with the design team to get a level of design and performance not possible in a standard house. The house is equipped with an elevator, geothermal heating, unique kitchen layout, multiple exterior spaces, three-foot wide door openings, and high quality finishes.
The design takes advantage of the sites steep slope to provides ample natural light and access to the exterior on multiple floors. The silhouette of the house invokes an archetypal idea of home. The interior is open with high ceilings. The first floor consists of a living room, opening onto a deck, a dining room, and a kitchen in the rear. The living room and dining room are separated by a hearth which contains a fire place on one side and an entertainment center on the other. The basement level has a common space and two guest bedrooms that open onto a patio. A master suite and library are located on the second floor. The library overlooks the dinning room.
A third living space is located above the attached garage at the back of the site.