This Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home has incorporated many of the elements featured in Prairie style architecture; low pitched roof, overhanging eaves and the open floor plan which he believed was the antidote to the confined closed-in style of the Victorian era. The design emphasizes how people live while melding building with the environment. The private, cobblestone edged driveway winds up the gentle slope to the knoll setting providing a panoramic view of the distant hills. While remaining true to the Prairie School aesthetic, the great room focal point is the raised hearth wood-burning fireplace with solid cherry beams & mantle. Skylights, and the use of oversized Pella windows & doors flood the home with natural light bringing the outdoors in. Open to the great room, the chef's kitchen flows out onto the large deck, seamless for easy entertaining. Multiple decks provide restive retreats in addition to the bonus room on the lower level, the backdrop for the perfect man cave.