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With myriad windows, this home design just clicks

1299 Bay Road, Sharon; $2,199,000

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The dining/living area features floor-to-ceiling windows.

This might be the best place to enjoy a stormy night. Nearly every room in this three-level contemporary has a ceiling at least 10 feet high and floor-to-ceiling triple-insulated windows, making nature’s palette on this 3-acre lot the screen worth watching.

A stone stairwell curls up to the entrance and foyer, where six windows of different shapes shower the foyer with sunlight underneath a 20-foot-high ceiling. Three steps up leads to an open layout encompassing the living room, dining area, breakfast nook, and kitchen, which gets the most dramatic treatment of all. Here, a white island with a granite waterfall-style countertop hosts a cooktop and seating for four, and the appliances are stainless steel. Two windows, each 10-by-6 feet, provide exquisite views of the rear deck and Dry Pond, a shallow spot that welcomes kayakers and canoeists when there isn’t a drought. The walls and cabinets have a very contemporary faux-wood treatment that makes it cohesive with the natural view. The kitchen shares a double-sided floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace with the living room.

Four of the home’s five bedrooms are on this level as well. They radiate from a hallway off the foyer. Two offer en-suite baths, while the other pair shares a Jack-and-Jill bath.

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A stairwell in the foyer winds up to the master suite, which occupies the entire top level. Like every room in this 7,200-square-foot house, the master suite is generously sized; the bedroom area alone is 475 square feet. The rear wall is nothing but windows, and the unblocked views make you wish for a blizzard to watch — well, for a few minutes, anyway.

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The suite has a walk-in closet with built-in cabinetry; a bath with a double vanity, a soaking tub set before a stone accent wall, and a frameless-glass shower; and a deck. Two stairs lead to a large sitting area and then to an office with a smaller deck all its own.

The walkout lower level keeps faith with the overall roomy design of this house; the family room alone is 850 square feet. Sliding-glass doors open to a landscaped backyard with a swimming pool, built-in hot tub, stone waterfall, and pond views. A media room, sitting area, and bonus room complete this level, which provides access to a three-car garage with glass doors.

Renee Roberts of Success Real Estate in Canton is the listing agent.

THE DETAILS

$2,199,000

Style: Contemporary

Year built: 2016

Square feet: 7,200

Bedrooms: 5

Baths: 5 full, 1 half

Sewer/water: Private/public

Taxes: $40,000 (Estimated 2016)

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The home sits on 3 acres.
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The 7,200-square-foot contemporary home offers five bedrooms, four in a first-floor wing.
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The foyer has a 20-foot ceiling.
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The foyer steps go to the living room, kitchen, and to the stairs that lead to the master.
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The kitchen features a waterfall-style granite counter, a faux-wood treatment on the walls and cabinetry, and a view of Dry Pond.
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The master suite occupies the entire third level.
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The master bath with soaking tub and deck access.
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The master bath’s dual-sink vanity.
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The walk-in closet in the master suite.
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The master also has an office with its own deck and a sitting room (not pictured).
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The family room on the walkout lower level.
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The rear of the home.
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The pool and hot tub.

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