Sitting in the middle of a forest, this L-shaped structure has lined all its rooms and living spaces progressively along it, attributing each one with a different yet stunning view of the green scnenery they are surrounded by.
The ground floor of this house has been reserved for the parent´s suite. This is particularly convenient, as it is easily accessible without having to work about climbing stairs. This section is actually structured as a small apartment. It includes its own kitchenette and living area adapted with accessories dedicated to memory loss. Its separate bedroom can be occupied by guests, or a live-in nurse.
By taking a beautifully crafted wooden staircase, you can reach the homeowner’s living space which includes a master suiite, an office and a sitting room.
The other wing of the house holds the main kitchen, dining toom and living area which circle around an exquisite central courtyard that gives the house a creative yet harmonious feel.
The entire Ancaster Creek House is covered in a floor to ceiling glazing; unusual, but blends seamlessly into the forestry environment it is found in.