Upon entrance into a gated Reservoir neighborhood, welcome to one of the most architecturally distinctive houses where Old World charm meets Contemporary fashion which neighbors refer to as The Octagon. The front exterior belies a horse-shoe shaped interior. The more number of corners in a home, the more expensive the construction. This home turned convention on its head so that price was no object! Corners and zigzags abound, i.e. one room contains eight corners! A Stunning Renovation was done three years ago and it shows. Expansive windows encircle the home furthering the emphasis on light. Leaving the front foyer’s custom, old-style faux brick floor and one of two staircases, you enter the very large Open Plan main living/dining area, with magnificent vertical ceiling. Maple floors and neutral colors continue the focus on capturing light. Along the living room back wall, oversize windows emphasize a majestic view of the Reservoir’s Big Water. Dining area has a custom built wet bar with pecan wood countertop and wine cooler. A black spiral staircase and antique cedar beam accents continue the fusion of old/new world aesthetics. The spacious kitchen is a Chef’s Nirvana, adjoining the living/dining room as one integral unit designed to maximize entertaining and conversation. A granite countertop with seating separates the kitchen and living areas. Wolf designer 48-inch gas stove with 6 ranges, a grill and two ovens will bring out the connoisseur in you. SS ice-maker, trash-compactor, microwave, dishwasher and an overabundance of cabinets, shelves and drawers complement. Each of four downstairs bedrooms has its own en-suite bathroom. Two of the bedrooms are masters with an expansive view overlooking the water and their own private balconies. The U-shaped home separates the main master from the other bedrooms ensuring parents’ peace and tranquility from the kids’ activities. A large fifth room upstairs can serve as a separate living area, game/workout room, kid’s play room, office or fifth bedroom with full bathroom. The horse-shoe shape of the house focuses your attention on the purpose for living on the Reservoir – the Water! Exiting the home’s rear you will find an Italian-styled garden. A gazebo beckons you to escape and relax. Central Vac, 12 closets, a utility room and extensive shelving in the garage. Two storage areas under the house are so large you can stand erect in them! Metal 2x4's compose the home’s infrastructure. According to neighbors who witnessed its construction, metal foundation pillars were inserted 12 feet into the ground! Fine Architecture, Captivating Views of the Reservoir and Big, Airy Rooms make this your Dream Home.