by Matt Keating | photos by Tom Graham, Graham Photography

The entire team at Old Town Design Group is looking forward to presenting their show home in the upcoming 2020 First Internet Bank Home-A-Rama at Holliday Farms, says John Bain, President/CEO.

“Holliday Farms, with its unique blend of rolling hills and wooded terrain, provides a perfect backdrop to our new model,” Bain continues. “The view of theCustom Home Builder golf course from the outdoor living area, featuring a unique twist of fire pit and fireplace, is a perfect respite from a busy lifestyle.”

This year’s Home-A-Rama will feature 11 incredible homes in the stunning new community of Holliday Farms, a luxury custom home community and Pete Dye designed golf course, located in the heart of Zionsville.

Located on Holliday Farms Blvd, the Old Town Design Group home is 7,548 square-feet with five beds and five and half baths. “While considering the design direction for this project, we took a transitional approach to traditional European architecture,” Nate Weiss, Architectural Designer says. “This includes a symmetrical front facade, steeper rooflines, tall windows, and a predominantly masonry exterior. Contemporary elements including a divided light metal front door, bronze windows, and painted brick blend seamlessly with these classic details creating a fresh variation of a beautiful architectural style.”

There are many features that set this home apart and take advantage of the views, including a 10 foot tall fixed frame window wrapping the dining room and a 15 foot wide sliding glass door that goes from a great room to an outdoor living space.

Other highlights include a retractable television in the great room, an elevated library with floor to ceiling built-in bookcases, a truly unique theater wall, and a unique outdoor fire table and wall.

Custom Home BuilderInside the home, Old Town Design Group wanted to maintain an open floorplan while utilizing different ceiling heights and architectural elements to define and personalize each space. For the interior finishes and selections of the Home-A-Rama house, Old Town Design Group collaborated with Wendy Langston of Everything Home, who wanted to create spaces with a modern, organic appeal. Although in the kitchen, the black and brass appliances are rooted in Parisian Euro design.

In describing the home, Langston says that, “It’s really a remarkable opportunity to create transformative spaces and places for living. This home is no exception. People attending Home-A-Rama will enjoy the experience of the home, the thoughtful design, and how you feel in it. They will notice how the light bounces and the collective features inspire you while they bring you rest.”

Bain noted that Old Town Design Group brings a team approach to home building in order to deliver an exceptional building experience. “We believe that the building process should be transparent and most importantly, enjoyable.”

Look for the Old Town Design Group house at The Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis (BAGI) First Internet Bank Home-A-Rama Sept. 18-20; Sept. 24-27; and Oct. 1-4, 2020.