The house is characterized with an open and inviting front yard, a wide entrance, and interior spaces divided into formal and family areas, as customary in the American tradition. This separation allows the inhabitants to entertain guests without disturbing the other family members. The ground floor includes a living room and a dining room, a large kitchen with a dining area for the family, a family room, and studies for the parents. Also, on this floor there is separate guest unit that allows guests to feel at home without intruding on the privacy of their hosts. The American practicality is expressed in the many utility areas dedicated to day-to-day service activities: an enclosed garage, a pantry, a machine room, a gardening tool shed and more. The upper floor includes a large parental unit, 3 bedrooms with adjacent bathrooms for the children, and a laundry and sewing room.
Even in the finishing touches, the American styling of the house is evident: Except for the red travertine entrance floor, softer flooring materials, such as wood, vinyl, and carpeting were used throughout the house. The soft footing and acoustic benefits they provide contribute to the feeling of peace and tranquility in the house. The windows are made of white UPVC with traditional divisions that give the house a distinctive, unique look, reminiscent of faraway lands. The 6-panel pattern, white interior doors blend well, reinforcing the atmosphere. The styled dressings that wrap the windows and doors, and the wooden panels that line the walls of the house, unify the look, creating a homogenous, harmonious image. The dark and elegant hues of the cherry wood, and the coziness and warmth of the oak, accent all corners of the house, and along with the meticulous choice of color for the carpets, curtains, and upholstery, contribute to the sense of coziness the planners strived for, first and foremost. Life in this house is peaceful, pleasant, family-oriented, and very comfortable.