This house was originally built in the 1950's in downtown Templeton. Originally this house was just a box with no character, orange shag carpet, lime green walls but a nice sized lot a few blocks from the park and downtown. I have always liked the colors and details in French Architecture. The style we went with is what I would call French Farmhouse. The details are refined, rustic and have a European feel. Materials used include Limestone counters, Marble, exposed hand carved beams, aged painted and stained cabinets, European style closets, and a focus on the grays, blues, creams with accents of red and gold. To fit in the the agricultural community of Templeton the garage is a detached barn with a loft above.