Rustic Elegance

Rogersville, MO

This gorgeous blend of English Countryside and Cape Cod style exudes warmth and hospitality. Timeless, natural materials like stone, wood beams and brick combined with the intricate details and finishes create the perfect blend of rustic charm and refined elegance. Soaring ceilings in the living area are anchored by a grand stone fireplace and rustic wood beams overhead. Gorgeous wide-plank hardwood floors, natural stone and rustic wood doors add texture thorough-out the house. Delightful design details can be found everywhere, from the range hood to the railings, from ceiling treatments to light fixtures; everything in this house was purposeful and contributes to the overall aesthetic. The outdoor living space is just as cozy as the interior and features the same attention to detail with a built-in outdoor kitchen, wood burning fireplace, free form swimming pool with two waterfalls and flagstone boulders and a bath house.

“We love everything about this house. The open living space, large wood beams, natural wood throughout and the custom doors are amazing. The rustic yet elegant feel reminds us of the homes in one of our favorite places, Jackson Hole, WY.”

—Lisa, Homeowner

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Facts & Features

Single family residence
5.5 bathroom
7,000 sqft
5 bedroom
Built in 2014
$2.0 – $2.4 million

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