The farm

Job Site by: Architect - Hagman Architects, Colorado , Builder - Brackett Builders, Inc

A closer look at this well-known Oakwood home


A look at a Dayton home's magical interior and all of the architectural wonders that await guests inside.

The dining room, which shares one large space with the living room, boasts a custom table that can seat up to 22 people.

Lush green bushes and colorful annuals add pizzazz to any home and make great flower bed ideas.



The elaborate wood ceilings in this home help to establish the Western lodge-inspired look in the interior.

The custom home plans for this house include Verdin cast bells that play The Ohio State University fight song.

Large vegetable gardens provide an abundance of produce each year, so much that they share it with neighbors and others in the community.



This home office features a stained glass ceiling and a corner fireplace. Coupled with the rug, the stained glass keeps the area visually pleasing to look at, while the fireplace establishes a traditional feel that keeps the room grounded.



Landscape rocks and grass were used to create the amphitheater, an area used often by the homeowners when they host large parties.

This spiral staircase leads to the cupola, a place with a stunning view that the homeowner and his grandchildren frequent.

This large vegetable garden is overflowing with ripe tomatoes, colorful sunflowers and pumpkins.



Landscape design is an important component to the grounds surrounding this home, a lofty ten acres a land.

The game room design in this home encompasses the homeowner's collegiate days at The Ohio State University.



Custom bunk beds were built for the homeowner's grandchildren who frequently spend time at the house and spend the night.

The great room design serves as the entertaining hub of this home. Complete with a dining area that can seat up to 22 and a living room, guests can comfortably move from space to space.



The main living space serves as the centerpiece for this home and features an inviting living room with a two-story stone fireplace, as well as a dining area.

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