On the Market: A craftsman-style home in Zionsville

(Photo by The Home Aesthetic, courtesy of Vikki Duke, F.C. Tucker)

Wood is the star in this $945,000, four-bedroom home on a 2-1/2 acre lot in Zionsville.

The wooden beams, the paneling, the kitchen cabinets, the floors and the bar in the basement.

Then there’s the wooded lot—and a brick patio with a fire pit and stone walls from which you can enjoy the view.

That’s just what you might expect from a craftsman-style house, particularly one so beautifully landscaped that it almost blends into its surroundings.

A small pergola marks the stone entry walk that leads through a garden of wildflowers to the wood and stone front porch that features a wicker swing.

Inside, a vaulted ceiling set off by wooden beams frames a living space with a stone fireplace and tall windows that show off the view.

Click here to see a gallery of photos. (Photo by The Home Aesthetic, courtesy of Vikki Duke, F.C. Tucker)

The dining room features shiplap walls and windows that looks into a screened-in porch on one side and into the kitchen on the other. Wood cabinets with a paneled refrigerator and dishwasher drawers surround a white-painted island with granite counters. A copper range hood adds shine to the room.

The main floor master suite includes a soaking tub. Three more bedrooms—each with an attached bathroom—are located in the walk-out basement, which also has a wet bar. The downstairs living space features built-in cabinetry and wooden beams and doors that lead to a covered patio space.

The house is listed with Nikki Duke of F.C. Tucker Company Team Schuster in Carmel.

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