McAlpine Tankersley Architecture Brings Southern Charm To Villanova
The Montgomery, Ala. design team combined modern and comfortable vibes under one roof for the ultimate in sophistication.
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Along those unconventional lines, the master bathroom features back-to-back sinks divided by a double-sided mirror. Floor-to-ceiling cabinetry along one wall allows for maximum storage. “I don’t like to have any clutter around,” says Jahnle.
Being different isn’t such a bad thing. “It’s fun when people say they’ve never been in a house like this,” says Jahnle. “I’ve had friends who’ve built houses and let the builder decide everything down to the faucets. I wanted to be involved in everything. I’d do it again in a second.”
And it’s something Semerjian encourages. “Homeowners are going to get out of it what they put in,” he says. “To get the level of detail this house has, you must have interaction between the owner, builder and architect. And the end result is just spectacular.”
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