Intricate brick patterns and extensive limestone detailing distinguish this 10,000-square-foot private residence, designed in the style of a French chateau. The elemental shapes and material textures create a play of light and shadow across the facade.
Architect William D. Cover chose a Marley Tudor brick to create a striking basket-weave texture on the front entryway, front chimney stack, and eastern and southern elevations. The remainder of the facade features a running bond brick pattern. The interior boasts seven fireplaces, five of which have diamond-shaped exterior stacks that rise high above the home and lend interest to the structure’s silhouette. Indiana limestone ornaments provide finishing touches throughout the exterior.