Bluegrass Chalet

Influenced by western mountain architecture, this opulent Kentucky home is flanked with contrasting Limestone wings and deep gray siding. A dramatic overhang and rich wooden brackets frame the home’s stately entrance. Black-framed windows capture every picturesque view of the farmland and enhance the clean exterior architecture. Commandingly bold yet timeless, the chalet designed by Gibson Taylor Thompson is undeniably alluring. 

Two-story, beam-clad vaulted ceilings in the living room serve as the centerpiece of the home, tying together both floors of communal spaces. The open floor plan creates a large gathering area around the Limestone fireplace, while the bedroom wings provide substantial privacy and lasting views of the property.

The covered terrace compliments the architecture of the home’s entrance, sheltering the outdoor kitchen and dining area that overlook the land behind the home. The Bluegrass Chalet is built to last for centuries as a bold and enchanting monument in the fields of Kentucky.