This one-of-a-kind home, designed by Lynn was featured in the Town and Country home show in Ft. Wayne. The owner's suite is located on the main floor along with the great room and formal dining room. A compartmentalized bath provides simultaneous use for occupants of the three bedrooms on the second floor. A low maintenance composite deck overlooks a beautiful pond in the rear of the home.
A touch of the Old South is the feeling one gets while spending time on the expansive lake side porch of this home designed by Len Mysliwiec. An outdoor fireplace offers the opportunity to use the porch on cool summer evenings or autumn days. The functional cupola is another nod to southern living with its remote controlled windows that offer natural cooling on those low humidity days. The home's layout is open but not to the point where privacy cannot be found for guests and the owners alike.
A multi-purpose room just off of the foyer welcomes visitors into this 3 bedroom two-story with the master bedroom on the main level. Lynn designed this home to allow for the side-loading 3-car garage to be used on this building site. With volume ceilings, the great room is open to the kitchen and nook area and gives the home a spacious feel that belies its actual size. This home was built on speculation in LaCabreah subdivision in Ft. Wayne.
An angular staircase just off the foyer of this split bedroom ranch home, leads to the large finished basement. The over-sized den is accessed from the foyer as well. With an all brick front, the entire exterior of the home is very low maintenance. Lynn used a combination of previously built homes as inspiration for this custom home design.
T. K. Ladd, a Ft. Wayne architect, designed this single story cottage with walk-out basement. The home makes efficient use of the building site by providing deck area over the recreation room in the basement. The large covered porch on the street side of the home offers an exterior area to relax on rainy days. The great room has exposed structural elements that create additional interest in the volume ceiling.