This home is a stunning display of the Modern Farmhouse design, not missing any details in this showcase. This lake front property will speak for itself but here are a few highlights you may not notice immediately; 1 acre lot on a lake with expansive views of the wooded area beyond the lake, hardy siding and stone on the entire exterior of the home (no vinyl), Pella high-end wood windows and double 8 ft tall French doors, solar system discreetly installed, Trex deck. On the inside there are soaring 10/12 foot ceiling featuring the REAL wood beams and oversized windmill fan,, modern Scandinavian real wood burning stove, engineered hardwood floors, Hunter Douglas shades, and nest thermostats.That is only the beginning! Some rooms feature the popular shiplaps accent wall, barn door closets, antique corbels, custom Amish build shelving. As an extra special room, as if this home needed any more warmth, the Hearth room has a 2nd gas fireplace with original 100 year old oak barn beam mantle (seriously), built in reading nook with old oak barn beams and built in speakers. We aren't even to the kitchen yet; Amish built cabinets, quartz countertops, Kitchen Aid appliances, pantry with farmhouse shelving, ship laps wall, and an antique custom swing door to pantry. Yes, the Master bedroom and bath are just as amazing with barn-windows, barn door, beans, a cathedral ceiling, shiplap accent walls, freestanding soaking tub, in-floor radiant heating, silent bathroom fans and dual shower with rain shower heads. This is for the buyer with a discriminating eye who can see the quality of quantity. BUT if you want more space, the home's builder, the respected Armstrong Builders, did quote a $30/sq to finish bonus rooms in the basement. This means an additional 2,000 sq. feet of potential space. Just think of the possibilities this builder could bring! Because of the solar panel production, the seller only paid $350 for 2020 in electrical charges!