Couple Connects to Peace in Outdoors-Inspired Space

It’s no surprise when two lovers of the outdoors set a vision for their new home, the outcome is an elegant, airy abode in which nature takes center stage.

The newly constructed H-shaped house located near the University of Oklahoma campus brings the outdoors in by playing up natural lighting with tons of windows and lush landscaping showcased just outside the corridor.

“The homeowner sketched out this plan on a piece of paper, and we had our designer bring it to life,” said Alan Cheshier, builder and owner of Muirfield Homes by Alan Cheshier.

Inside the 4,500-square-foot space, you’ll find three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, a large dining room, entertainment room, entry foyer, gallery hall and master bedroom with exercise area. At the rear of the house, residents enjoy a heated observatory that keeps plants safe through the winter and doubles as an extra workspace. And nearby, two two-car garages offer vehicles a respite from the Oklahoma elements.

One thing Cheshier liked about this recent project: It was like nothing he’d ever seen in Cleveland County.

“One of the main reasons I really wanted to do this home was it’s something really unique we hadn’t done before,” he remarked.