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Large traditional brown two-story stone gable roof idea in Nashville with a shingle roof

Stone Residence 1

A traditional house that meanders around courtyards built as though it where built in stages over time. Well proportioned and timeless. Presenting its modest humble face this large home is filled with surprises as it demands that you take your time to experience it.

Large traditional brown two-story stone gable roof idea in Nashville with a shingle roof —  Houzz

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java123 wrote:December 12, 2011
kdlange wrote:December 21, 2011
  • kdlange
    How many square feet approximately is this home? It is beautiful! Great job!
  • PRO
    Norris Architecture
    Conditioned, about 10,000 sqft.
mom2tk wrote:December 27, 2011
  • PRO
    Norris Architecture
    While I appreciate the interest in this home it is custom designed to the very unique lifestyle of the individuals who commissioned me to design their home. The plans are not for sale but my services as an owners representative, project manager, and architect are always available.
  • rbcola
    I guess it doesn't hurt to ask......but, do people realize someone paid you a professional fee to spend hours with them putting together the home they ended up with. People can buy books, magazines, shop on line for ideas and then take what you've kindly shared to do it. I've just spent a year working with an architect and you have handled everyone's complimentary requests like a pro.
hookeastveld wrote:December 27, 2011
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    Norris Architecture
    This is a unique home for this individual, so I generally don't sell plans for for my custom designs. I would, however, be happy to have a discussion with you about your future home. Please feel free to visit my website , www.norrisarchitecture.com, and contact me.
carolgriffin wrote:December 28, 2011
  • stacychurch
    I would also love to know the color of the metal roof:-)
  • Terry Verni
    Also looking for metal roof color. Is there a gutter.?
klew wrote:December 28, 2011
  • 8488pc
    Same question.
bernadette wrote:January 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Norris Architecture
    They where custom made in a local shop. Quite often it is not much more expensive to get custom doors made than it is to buy them from a national supplier. Plus you are supporting your local economy and improving your carbon footprint.
  • PRO
    Bentley Design
    Bentley Design can custom build the doors for you, they can be reached at 727-631-2882.
popitts wrote:February 24, 2012
  • PRO
    Norris Architecture
    this came directly from a supplier in crab orchard. There are several suppliers there next to the interstate that have the same stone. This is medium Crab Orchard Field stone. We worked very closely with the mason to get the pattern right. Their tendency is to want to chip off the surface to shape the stone so there was definitely a learning curve for them not to do that and get them to understand that we wanted the natural surface.
  • Jim Minick
    Silvara Stone in Crossville, TN has a great selection of Crab Orchard field stone
randyelane wrote:February 27, 2012
    cinderellarow wrote:March 15, 2012
    Tell me about the porch floor. It looks like Ipe wood. Is it?

    - If it's Ipe, is it laid with spacers or tongue and groove? Thanks.

    • Lawana Davis
      what is Ipe wood? Is this stained and then varnished for the glossy appearance? Thanks
    • PRO
      eDeck.com
      Lawana,
      Here is a good explanation: http://edeck.com/ipe-decking/ipe-wood/
      I am not sure about this location but you can use a sealer with Ipe wood that will give it a glossier finish and help the brown color last longer without fading.
      Thanks
      Paul
    soglamourous wrote:March 19, 2012
    What style of home is this?

      becarr21 wrote:April 9, 2012
      • PRO
        Norris Architecture
        The front is 46'-0" wide. I take it you realize the importance of proportion. Good for you. Also the porch is 12'-0" deep from the front of the columns. A usable porch depth is important.
      • Kylee Parrish

        would you be willing to send pics of inside or the name of this house plan? and square footage?

      DeAnna Hansen wrote:April 16, 2012
      • DeAnna Hansen
        Thank you for your response. It was very helpful.
      • Christina Alamirie

        What size is the centered arched window?

      hayleyhammond wrote:April 27, 2012
      Could you please tell me how wide the columns are? I love them!

      • PRO
        Norris Architecture
        12". Also important is to keep the capitals simple and make sure that you always line the beam or entablature up with the body of the column and not the outer edge of the capital.
      popitts wrote:May 4, 2012
      What paint color is the trim/columns?

      • PRO
        The Shabby Nest
        Benjamin Moore's Simply White is a similar color.
      serenbe wrote:May 8, 2012
      Do you think the same look could be achieved if windows with bottom fillers were used instead of doors?

      • PRO
        Norris Architecture
        The same look certainly but not the same feel. So much of architecture Is about the experience. When you open those doors the inside and outside just flow together in a way that an open window set of the floor could never achieve. The porch becomes an extension of the inside. Even a few leaves carried in by the breeze adds to the charm.
      • serenbe
        I understand--because I was feeling that flow too as I experienced your magnificent porch, and the feeling was totally different when in my mind I tested replacing the doors with windows sets. I had not thought of the charm of leaves, but "Wow!" Another detail to bring awe. . . . My husband and I are planning this year to build a new home--a cottage--and it is designed with a porch across the front that uses windows, which hasn't been evoking any soulfulness for me. Your porch, however, took my breath away. So now I'm exploring how our plan can be modified to incorporate the stone and a similar porch, which will become the best features of the home. I appreciate your confirming that the doors are critical to achieving the same feel. (A big challenge is accommodating the 46 ft. since we presently have 36 ft.) . . . Thanks for sharing your great design through this website.
      srhambro wrote:May 31, 2012
      • arnethke

        I'm interested in purchasing plans as well. Absolutely love the Stone Residence, just need a smaller version:-)

      • tamubuilder

        Mr. Norris, you wrote July 25, 2016 that you were considering developing a house plan (hopefully with the exterior features of the Stone Residence) to offer for sale because you had received so many requests. Have you made a decision?

      serenbe wrote:June 6, 2012
      • PRO
        Norris Architecture
        The minimum I would do any porch is 8'-0" clear. This is to make it useful and if it is useful it feels better. 10'-0" is nicer. As for the proportions there are so many things to take into account like the height of the porch rack, this one is 8'-0", the height of the rest of the house, the amount of roof above, the height off of the ground, are the columns round or square, what is the style of the house. Are they tapered because you are going for a craftsman effect or are they round and that is the entasis. What is the spacing of the columns and do the doors/windows align with the space between the columns? What are the details of the column, you can't see it well in this photo but there is a neck mold about 8" down from the capital. If you want me to take a look at your elevation I can do that for a relatively small fee. email me at brad@norrisarchitecture.com
      Dee Murray wrote:June 24, 2012
      I was wondering what brand the front door is? If you knew where we could buy them?

      • brenharley
        I would love to know, too. Thank you!
      aenlow wrote:August 26, 2012
      What color is the metal roof, trim, and brick? Thank you. Beautiful home!

        Kathleen Peck wrote:October 15, 2012
        what does a home like this cost to build per sq. ft?

        • PRO
          Norris Architecture
          This home was built 3 years ago So it's numbers are probably not relevant. Also I do not want to say what this home cost. However if you were to build this home today it would probably cost somewhere between 200 to 300 per sqft in the Nashville market. Construction costs vary around the country and in cities vs rural areas.
        bamanos wrote:November 4, 2012
        • Erica Amato
          Would LOVE the information on the doors. Thanks.
        lfretwel wrote:November 19, 2012
          Laura Rosser wrote:November 30, 2012
          We are looking for house plans around 5000 s ft could you build less wings and but still have main front?

          - this home is absolutely beautiful

          • PRO
            Norris Architecture
            I would think so but of course it ultimately depends on your specific site, needs, and circumstances.
          lstorer wrote:December 5, 2012
          Could you please tell me the ceiling height of the porch? Also, the dimensions of the front door set. Thanks

            lcfs wrote:January 26, 2013
            Please share the color of roof shingles and mfg./color of metal roof! Thanks so much.

              Lawn Doctor of Greater Columbus wrote:February 11, 2013
                rita_greenville wrote:February 24, 2013
                • Elisabeth Ingram
                  I too thank you. Pleasing design.
                • dacia409
                  Not sure if you answered this already, but do you know the exterior dimensions of this home? really just looking for the length of the front porch and the depth of the main portion of the home shown in this picture.
                Jodi Goshorn wrote:February 24, 2013
                I would like to know the dimensions of the window set on the top in the middle. Thanks.

                  mbrlo4rd wrote:March 7, 2013
                  What kind of rock is on the exterior of the house? love it!

                  • Pam Bishop
                    I believe they commented that it is real stone quarried in TN. However, you could check out stoneyard.com for a real stone veneer product.
                  • 4jkraus
                    Check out www.silvarastone.com. They have an unbelievable selection of Tennesee/Crab Orchard Stone.
                  lbohannon113067 wrote:April 7, 2013
                  • lakehouse9
                    i would like to see the floor plan. I want a 2000sq ft foot print plan
                  • liaallen
                    May I see a floor plan of this house?. If so how may it be obtained?
                  jodytruitt wrote:May 19, 2013
                  what color/ brand of white paint did you use for the trim?

                  - just beautiful.

                  • PRO
                    Whitewood Millwork
                    Kellie103 here is a picture of a ceiling done entirely in PVC. The picture was really designed to show the PVC rail, but hopefully you can see enough to get an idea if you like the look.
                  • wregas
                    Could you tell me the size of your columns? are they 12" wide X 8'?
                  pkkr1204 wrote:July 5, 2013
                  jodytruitt wrote:July 17, 2013
                  what is the roof material over the front porch (flat roof)

                  - thanks, jody truitt

                  • jeffchurch3808
                    This is standing seam. It looks like it has a 1" vertical seam.
                  • sahai6

                    It looks like a metal roof. metal roofs are usually used for commercial buildings.

                  34jamestown wrote:July 31, 2013
                  • michaelltaylor
                    Can you provide information on the stone work? Great look. Is it stone veneer?
                  • richardwest
                    Can you confirm the height of the doors once more? If they are 4'6" wide, I calculate that the height is 7'6" and 8''6" with the transom. I'm not trying to second guess you, just trying to confirm the numbers.
                  Suzykq Q wrote:August 14, 2013
                    mislida wrote:August 27, 2013
                      dlaroche wrote:October 25, 2013
                      What type of wood is used on the front porch?

                        babyb0710 wrote:November 7, 2013
                        • Taylor Nielsen

                          I would also like to know this

                        • Jody Crocitto

                          What is the heated square footage? Is the floor plan available to look at?

                        Amy Ditmar_Stevens wrote:November 25, 2013
                        • trlarson3
                          Which company did you purchase this stone from in Crab Orchard? There are allot of quarries in that area.
                        • mkg123
                          What is the brick on this home?
                        Emerald Sunrooms &Design Inc wrote:December 25, 2013
                          Danni Rossi_Beavers wrote:February 20, 2014
                            kdlakin wrote:February 23, 2014
                            Beautiful home. Would you mind sharing details on the brick and roof?

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