2224 CLUB ROAD | Susan Evans and Greg Marshall
Sponsored by Midwood Smokehouse
This eclectic home combines a number of styles— the original arts and crafts design, a cozy “mountain retreat” style garage/loft, and the potting shed with its rustic carribean inspiration.
Owners Susan Evans and Greg Marshall both reflect this eclectic nature and have worked to blend differing styles to come up with their “Midwood Manor.”
The kitchen is “Aspen Chic”—with a custom zinc sink and countertop, a quartz peninsula and wormy chestnut cabinets. Susan, with her mother Jeanne, custom made the glass bead window appointments above the sink that mirror the sitting bench beside the sidewalk.
The garage and loft were built in 2014 and feature heart pine floors, cedar beam work, and granite countertops. The space doubles as an exercise and entertainment room. The garage has a power station designed for electric vehicle charging. The home also has energy efficiencies including a 5 kw solar panel array on the south side roof, and a tankless water heater.
Susan’s passion is dirt—she loves landscaping the grounds, incorporating her blend of color and texture. She also maintains and enjoys the koi pond in the backyard. Greg enjoys woodworking and metal fabrication. Check out his handiwork on the curved cedar fencing along the driveway and the steel “Flying Triple Canopy” transition between the house and garage.
Make sure to visit the aggregate cast bench along the sidewalk by the home, this has been a common destination for both the youngsters and the more mature folks in the neighborhood to play, rest and enjoy the many colorful glass beads and unique embellishments attached to the bench frame. These items reflect many of the interests and travel destinations for the couple.