Bittersweet Farm

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Bittersweet Farm Overall Exterior
Bittersweet Farm Exterior Entry
Bittersweet Farm Roof
Bittersweet Farm Side Exterior
Bittersweet Farm Roof
Bittersweet Farm Exterior Landscape
Bittersweet Farm Foyer
Bittersweet Farm Sitting
Bittersweet Farm Great Room
Bittersweet Farm Living Dining
Bittersweet Farm Breakfast
Bittersweet Farm Dining Space
Bittersweet Farm Breakfast Detail
Bittersweet Farm Outdoor Seating
Bittersweet Farm Outdoor
Bittersweet Farm Outdoor Patio
Bittersweet Farm Entry Table
Bittersweet Farm Kitchen Living
Bittersweet Farm Kitchen Island
Bittersweet Farm Kitchen Pantry
Bittersweet Farm Kitchen Window
Bittersweet Farm Kitchen
Bittersweet Farm Study
Bittersweet Farm Master Bedroom
Bittersweet Farm Master Bath
Bittersweet Farm Master Bathtub
Bittersweet Farm Interior Detail
Bittersweet Farm Lanai
Bittersweet Farm Pool
Bittersweet Farm Patio
Bittersweet Farm Living Corridor
Bittersweet Farm Bunk Room
Bittersweet Farm Bedroom
Bittersweet Farm Soaking Bath
Bittersweet Farm Outdoor Kitchen Patio
Bittersweet Farm Outdoor Living
Bittersweet Farm
Bittersweet Farm
Bittersweet Farm
Bittersweet Farm
Bittersweet Farm Gym Patio Exterior
Bittersweet Farm Outdoor Kitchen
Bittersweet Farm
Bittersweet Farm
Bittersweet Farm Winter Wonderland

As you soak in the 40-acre property located in Southeast Tulsa, the site is truly inspiring. As you explore you might also chance upon an arrowhead - artifacts of Cherokee or Choctaw that once roamed here or run into its namesake Bittersweet plants. The heavily wooded land dips on the east and west sides to the center creating a natural pond and a watering hole for its wild inhabitants and becomes the focal point of the house. The house draws its inspiration from period ranch architecture and design and captures the charm of this land. The use of materials is also emblematic of this approach. All the exterior and interior stone was quarried at this property and set with raked mortar for a dry-stacked look.  The timbers and barn wood sourced have a rustic texture and the metals and connections bear a natural patina finish. The interior walls employ reclaimed wood panels seamed using the chinking process. Exteriors along with the stone are complemented with bark siding and rough-hewn wood. As the house meanders along the natural contours of the land, the central interior spaces are opened up using steel doors and windows used for their narrow mullion profiles.

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Photography by Simon Hurst

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