The Midwest Home Luxury Home Tour proudly features Huntington Manor. This home is featured all three weekends of the Luxury Home Tour, from July 29-August 14. For tickets and more information, click here.
Huntington Manor is a solid stone work of art and an estate home rooted in the Richardsonian Romanesque style with a unique steampunk twist. Located in the coveted Orono countryside, the 2019 home is a unique design-build collaboration between famed architect James McNeal and masonry artist Luke Busker. Nestled on 3-plus private acres, a look inside the 10,298-square-foot manor reveals exceptional architectural features constructed from limestone, steel, and white oak. The chef’s kitchen features soapstone countertops, professional grade appliances, a walk-in cooler, and a butler’s pantry. The grand spiral staircase leads to the luxurious upper level primary suite with sweeping views and two junior en suite bedrooms. Perfect for entertaining, the lower level showcases the trio-arched stone fireplace, temperature-controlled wine storage, and pub bar. To help Busker and McNeal’s vision come to life, the firms worked with LBM Stone & Fab, master finish carpenter John Sorenson, Baker Stairworks, Detail Ink, and Eiswald Ltd. Each surface and room is a testament to their combined efforts and truly demonstrates what artistry, stone, and steel can accomplish.
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