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Queen Anne Country Home
December 1999 to October 2000
2000 Queen Anne ProjectThere is no finer example of Lakeside Craftsman fine home building than this Queen Anne home. Engineering and design started in the fall of 1999. Construction commenced in April of 2000 with move-in in late October of that year. The home incorporates some of the best ideas from Houston�s finest custom home builders all packaged into a traditional Queen Anne exterior consistent with the Fort Bend country setting. The home uses quality construction throughout as evidenced by such time-tested designs as all copper plumbing supply, steel rebar reinforced concrete foundation, 2x lumber on 16 inch centers and full hurricane strapping. 

Fine home building is distinguished by the attention to detail and finish materials used in completing the home.Queen Anne Great Room This Queen Anne was designed around a contemporary open floor plan on the interior with a Brazilian Mahogany wood flooring and its beautiful red hues as the focal point.  The slate, granite and Pratt & Lambert Accolade paint palette were all chosen to complement the red mahogany floors. The gauged slate flooring was imported from India specifically for its red hues which complemented the mahogany flooring. The Black Galaxy granite, imported from Saudi Arabia, was chosen to provide a dark contrasting countertop to the earthen tones of the floors and walls. Pratt & Lambert�s finest Accolade paints were used in a coordinated palette throughout the home to work with the earthen tones of the flooring.  

Queen Anne SunroomTrim out includes such details as block & plinth and dentil moldings throughout the home. The kitchen is a center of activity, especially in an open design made for entertaining. This kitchen includes top quality appliances including a built-in refrigerator, a gas grill cook top, a double oven and a warming drawer. The great outdoors.


Country living is all about enjoying the great outdoors and this Queen Anne screen porchQueen Anne takes full advantage of its lakefront setting with views of the 26 acre lake from the window wall in the Great Room, the setting area in the Master Retreat, the upstairs Family Retreat as well as a window wall in the upstairs Studio/5th bedroom.  What would country living be without porches and here too the home offers a full wrap-around front porch with a swing off the Sunroom as well as a large screen porch in the back which offers peaceful evenings to enjoy the lake fountains.

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