The name of this custom home was derived from the Coachwhip snake that was sunning itself one morning stretched across the 1/2 mile long gravel lane that meanders back to this efficient story and half set on a ridge top of the family farm. The exterior colors and textures of this project blend well with its natural surroundings. The 12 foot wide sliding door affords a great view of the farm. The reclaimed wood flooring will live another 100 years after it’s rescue from a century old barn. Having an open floor plan and bonus room over the garage for the enjoyment of the grand kids was important to this empty nest couple.