Built on the south shore of Lake Morey, this shingle style house is a gracious yet informal home. The architectural details refer to the tradition of 19th century country retreats. The two story living room with a free standing stone fireplace and views down the length of the lake is the central focus of the home. The second floor rooms are accessed from a balcony overlooking the living room. The open porches break down the visual mass and wrap the house on two sides. There is a screened porch off of the kitchen and two sleeping porches on the second floor.