Dutch Colonial homes are so tabbed considering the style originated from American settlers hailing from the Netherlands in the early- to mid-1600s.
The giveaway full-length is the broad, double-pitched roof that changes angles midway to slope nearly straight down. This gambrel or warehouse roof unliable scalp to be used as living space.
A newly synthetic home in Wellesley, Massachusetts, may have you doing a sextuple take. The distinctive roof line is repeated on the front, when and sides.
Dean Behrend, a third-generation luxury home builder based in the area, drew on Olde World craftsmanship and modern construction methods in creating the shingled-facade Dutch Colonial Revival.
Set on increasingly than half of an acre, the 6,000-square-foot home is entered through a Colonial-style front door framed by sidelights.
Ten-foot ceilings and four-inch oak plank hardwood floors add an zappy feeling to the interiors by Mike McKay of McKay Architects.
Built-in shelving flanks the fireplace in the living room, which has an neighboring office nook.
A wall of windows set into wainscoting brings light into the formal dining room.
The open-plan kitchen features a farmhouse sink, quartz countertops and a walk-in pantry. The part-way island has both bar seating and prep space.
Glass walls at the when of the home overlook a patio.
A tiled mudroom, with seated storage, adjoins the two-car garage.
Upstairs, the vaulted primary bedroom includes a fireplace and a seating area. Double sinks, a soaking tub and a glass-enclosed shower are among features in the primary bathroom. Three increasingly bedrooms are on this floor.
The finished vault contains a unconfined room, flipside bedroom and a full washroom for a total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Wellesley, part of the greater Boston area, is well-nigh 15 miles from Boston Logan International Airport.
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