|This is a panorama of the back of Leaning Oak, sweeping from the utility room porch on the left across the back of|
the main house to the lanai, with the two-car garage sneaking in, and then the five-car garage and casita at the right.
|This is a picture of the casita taken from the woods. The casita, like the|
main house, has a ten-feet deep porch.
|This is taken from the entrance of the casita (note its stoneworks) and|
capturing the back of the main house.
|The fireplace on the lanai is almost finished, only lacking the construction|
of its hearth and the hanging of its mantle.
|Here are four of the slots in the five-car garage, sporting the same high|
ceilings (10 ft, 3m) as the house. Lots of space...
|And speaking of space, here is the fifth slot, which will actually be my shop|
area and storage area of lawn vehicles. The hole in the ceiling is the attic
access. I plan to add pegboard on the left wall.
|The two-car garage is all stone, giving a stone cottage look and feel. We|
have talked about adding ivy to grow on the solid wall.
|This is the front of the two-car garage, which forms a porte-cochere with the|
main house. The windows add to the cottage look.
|We finish the photos with a different perspective on the Great Room.|
This photo shows the cathedral ceiling, which peaks at just over 19
feet (5.8m). The top of the window mosaic reaches 14 feet (4.3m).