Wednesday, January 31, 2024 / by Derek Gutting
Presenting an extraordinary masterpiece within Lost Run Farms, an exclusive gated community in Zionsville, Indiana. Built by Christopher Scott and designed by Gary Nance, this French Country home, spanning over 15,000 square feet on 2.25 acres, is a true gem. Step into a world of elegance as walnut floors and reclaimed wood from a Westfield barn and a Salt Lake City bridge create a timeless ambiance. The kitchen, a culinary dream, features Grabill cabinets, Taj-Ma-Hal granite, Thermador appliances, and a massive island. The open layout seamlessly connects the kitchen, family room, and sunroom, flooded with natural light. The formal living room, known as 'The Music Room', boasts soaring wood ceilings, a fireplace imported from Chicago, and a full glass wall. The rotunda showcases elegant design work and light fixtures from a St. Petersburg post office remodel. Enjoy Indiana sunsets from the sunroom with a limestone fireplace. Indulge in luxury in the main floor bedroom with doors from St. Mary of the Woods Convent. The ensuite bathroom features Parisian vanities, heated floors, a towel rack, and a lavish walk-in shower. The study, adorned with a fireplace imported from France, adds a touch of history. Upstairs, spacious bedrooms and a jack-and-jill bathroom await. Two separate elevator shafts, one in the main house and the other in the in-law suite ensure accessibility in the future. The in-law suite includes a complete kitchen, a large bedroom, a full bath, and a family room, providing a separate haven. This French Country home is not just a residence; it's an architectural celebration. Reclaimed materials, imported fixtures, and thoughtful design converge to create a unique property where luxury and history meet seamlessly.