Home for the Holiday—This Naperville Home Offers the Perfect Setting to Celebrate Family Traditions for the Holidays

December 2015 View more

Photography by: Greg Shapps

Quick Tour

Year House Built: 2012
Architect/builder/designer: Morgan Project + Design Co.
Total Home Square Footage: 8,381 including finished basement
Lot Size: .5 acre
General Location: Southeast Naperville


  • Gourmet eat-in kitchen featuring custom cabinetry, Calcutta Borghini marble countertops, full slab-sized island, top-of-the line stainless appliances and breakfast balcony.
  • Luxurious master suite with dual-fireplace and sitting room, dual walk-in closets.
  • Marble master bathroom with walk-in steam shower and jet tub.
  • 2,700 sq. foot fully-finished basement includes theater, kitchen/bar, pilates studio and custom-built, two-story playhouse and 5th bedroom with full bath.
  • Shop-quality garage with full audio and video distribution, heat and AC.
  • Whole-house automation of audio, video and lighting by Barrett’s Technology Solutions.
  • All bedrooms with private bathrooms.
  • Brazilian teak floors.
  • Four-zone heating and air conditioning.
  • Four fireplaces.
  • Cedar shake roof.
  • Gorgeous outdoor setting with lush landscaping and English-style gardens.

Meet your Neighbors

Number of years in Naperville: 3 years
Number of years in house: 3 years
Favorite room in this house: The Kitchen is the favorite room. It is located in the center of the home, which makes the overall layout of the house open and airy. Whenever the family gets together, we all gather in the kitchen. And because the kitchen is large, it comfortably accommodates all of our extended family members.
Favorite thing about Naperville: Downtown Naperville. The city center continues to evolve in amenities and offerings but still has the same ambience as it did 30 years ago.
A family tradition you’d like to share: A family favorite centers around the holiday’s. Every Christmas, as a family, we enjoy baking our great grandmother’s recipe for Banana Crème Pie from Germany. It’s 100-year old tradition.