Living Spaces: The Village Home of Gary & Adella Gray

Adella and Gary moved to Butterfield in 2019, choosing a centrally located village home just steps from all the activities and amenities the village has to offer. Whether it’s the warm and welcoming open living and dining spaces, or how the residents have beautifully displayed family heirlooms and collected mementos from their travels abroad, this three-bedroom village home conjures the essence of refined yet carefree living. The 1,600-square-foot home includes two full baths, a two-car garage, a resident-added enclosed sunroom, and back patio. 

A spacious foyer opens into an airy living room with recessed lighting and vaulted ceiling. A skylight adds to the airy ambiance in the adjacent open dining area.


Vintage photos, antiques and other eclectic finds are lovingly displayed throughout the home.


An antique organ, along with Adella’s piano positioned just around the corner, take pride of place.


Features like extra-long countertops and a double-deep corner pantry make kitchen time a breeze.


The enclosed sunroom with back patio access offers a perfect space to sit and read a book or to entertain family and friends.


The guest bedroom features a selection of family heirloom furnishings and a wall full of family photos.


The master bedroom features an elegant antique four-poster bed and spacious ensuite bath.


The second guest bedroom is used primarily as an office, but the Grays installed a Murphy bed to easily convert the space for overnight company.


The centrally located guest bath is beautifully clad in marble tile, from the flooring to the matching shower surround