Another view of the living and dining area shows the stone fireplace and outdoor deck, which offers a commanding vista. A private wing extends from the common space and holds the bedrooms and bathrooms.
The den provides a cozy seat by the fire. The original wood beams of the ceilings have aged to a golden brown. To match the hue, Powell has stained the wood used for cabinets, doors, molding, a built-in bed, and wainscoting.
The integrated living and dining room is contained in an open, hexagonal space with 10-foot ceilings. A long stone wall contains a fireplace, which acts as a divider between the main room and the den. Powell removed the shag carpet that used to run throughout the house and replaced it with concrete topping.