Multiple dormers and a detailed symmetrical plan give this traditional farmhouse a contemporary twist. Symmetry is a recurring element in this home. The third floor dormer aligns with the front entry and the gable-topped center section is bordered by identical appendages, each with a shed roof, a centered chimney, dormers. The entry foyer and main corridor divide the house in half. The master bedroom and study, on opposite sides of the house, both feature brick fireplaces. To the rear, the second-floor balcony overlooks the vaulted, beamed-ceilinged kitchen and dining areas. French doors open from the breakfast nook to a rear patio. Upstairs, monumental dormers help illuminate the bedrooms. Show here with three bedrooms, this home can also be built as a two bedroom design, with each bedroom having a full private bath.