The Walshes’ home looms over their boat dock. “When you are on the water at night and look back, you can see the lights in the house and it’s very warm and pretty,” Austin said. “I’m sure Kem thought of that. It stands out of the trees and lends itself to that modern lodge feel.” The limestone used in landscaping was dug up from the ground during construction.
The Walshes’ home looms over their boat dock. “When you are on the water at night and look back, you can see the lights in the house and it’s very warm and pretty,” Austin said. “I’m sure Kem thought of that. It stands out of the trees and lends itself to that modern lodge feel.” The limestone used in landscaping was dug up from the ground during construction. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
The Walshes’ home looms over their boat dock. “When you are on the water at night and look back, you can see the lights in the house and it’s very warm and pretty,” Austin said. “I’m sure Kem thought of that. It stands out of the trees and lends itself to that modern lodge feel.” The limestone used in landscaping was dug up from the ground during construction. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

Kansas City modern: bright, efficient houses with warm Midwestern touches

September 16, 2016 06:04 PM

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