Nestled on the shore of Goose Pond, this two bedroom house blends traditional building forms with modern detailing.
A small cottage on the west shore of Lake Morey.
A new cottage that will serve as a vacation house and eventually a guest house when the primary residence is built nearby.
After using a picturesque set of barns as a summer house for many years, the owners decided to build an energy efficient, winterized home.
A newly constructed ell connects a reproduction cape and a timber framed barn.
Two small additions to this early 1800’s house were intended to significantly improve its function as the primary residence of the owner without overwhelming the delicate scale of the original cape.
The owners of an historic 1920′s Coconut Grove home and existing tropical garden acquired two adjacent houses which allowed the creation of a fully integrated property.
This phased project was implemented over three successive seasons.
An existing barn and attached guest house located near the main house had fallen into disrepair. The barn frame was salvaged so that it could be repaired and reassembled on a new foundation.
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