Warm,one-of-a-kind home designed by architects Zaug and Zaug. Built and situated for maximum enjoyment of nature, with energy-efficient features, including geothermal heating and six-inch studs that accommodate extra insulation. The property consists of more than 10 acres of woods and meadows with a pond. Enter the foyer and admire the open-concept layout. The sunken living room with freshly installed eco-friendly carpeting and wood-burning stove opens to the large kitchen with Corian countertops and sinks and built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator. The kitchen’s island contains the counter-top range and oven, the second sink, and cabinet storage. Off the kitchen is the dining area that looks out on woods through a wall of windows that extend over the entire back of the house. Glass doors lead to a two-story solarium with tile floor—ideal for indoor plants, with water spigot and floor drain. Two bedrooms, a full bath, and laundry room complete the first floor. Stairs lead to the second-floor master suite that features three skylights, a balcony overlooking the solarium, and second-floor windows through which in the summer fireflies can be seen cavorting in trees. The suite includes a full bath with separate tub and shower, walk-in closet and dual sinks. The covered walkway off the dining area leads to a screened-in porch and wrap-around deck with built-in seating. The 1200-square-foot cedar-sided barn has a loft, concrete floor, skylight, electric and water. Two-car attached garage.