The Street of Dreams is in full swing, and The Oregon Dream 2017, built by Stone Bridge Homes NW is a hit! Check out some great content below showcasing the home and the Street of Dreams.
Stone Bridge Homes NW is proud to participate in the 2017 Street of Dreams in Happy Valley. We are committed to building the highest quality homes for our customers, and our home in this year's Street of Dreams, The Oregon Dream 2017, is a testament to that quality. With a Stone Bridge Homes NW neighborhood of new homes located just minutes away from the Street of Dreams site, the 2017 Street of Dreams will showcase what Stone Bridge Homes NW can offer new home buyers.
The Oregon Dream 2017 by Stone Bridge Homes NW is an exploration of modern luxury living realized in a contemporary farmhouse style. Mixing a traditional farmhouse look with native, natural materials and industrial, urban touches, The Oregon Dream 2017 expresses a fresh vision of what a Street of Dreams home can be.
Outside, a covered front porch with pillars and a pair of steep, second-story gables present a welcoming façade reminiscent of the classic farmhouses of the Oregon countryside. Distinct, black framing around the windows hints at the industrial accents throughout the home.
A grand foyer opens to a two-story dining and great room that serves as the home’s centerpiece. The great room features a glass panel door that disappear to a covered outdoor living room that is any entertainer’s dream. It comes complete with an outdoor fireplace, refrigerator, bar and barbecue. The landscaped backyard features a luxurious pool & hot tub, a warm and inviting fire pit, and a covered bar that will please hosts and guests alike.
Show visitors will marvel at the secondary, vaulted recreation garage with an indoor basketball court and a fully equipped bar, along with a full bath and a separate space for pool equipment.
Inside, a main-floor master suite comes equipped with a luxurious walk-in wardrobe, a stylish freestanding tub and a large shower with a bench seat surrounded in glass. Upstairs, vaulted bedrooms, a guest room and entertainment room are light and airy, and a vaulted sitting area is accented by “barn” doors that continue the farmhouse feel while mixing elegantly with the steel and wood accents throughout the home. A breezy walkway and library cap off the spacious, inviting upstairs space.
“The home just feels light and airy and very uncluttered,” said Kelly Ritz, president of Stone Bridge Homes. “It does have a big open feel along but with a linear look. It’s in keeping with the vision of the homes we’re building on a smaller scale elsewhere.”