Envisioned as a semi-rustic, semi-formal home built for entertaining and reflective of a love for architecture, this French Country-inspired home features an incredible amount of character from the arched, wood garage doors; natural stone chimneys with copper caps; and cupola and copper finial on the exterior; to the exposed brick wall, wooden beams overhead, and high-pitched ceilings that create added volume in the interior.
Dual, exterior post lights, square-tapered columns, and a bell-curved dormer welcome from the street and upon entry the view is brought through the home to the water beyond, creating a strong sense of relationship to the land. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home is intentionally set into the steep slope of the property, providing a lower-level walk-out on the rear elevation and creating a sense of backyard on the waterfront lot. Designed with master suite and guest bedroom flanking the foyer, the home features a connecting study to the master bedroom that doubles as a sitting room with outdoor balcony. The main level also features a living room, dining area, kitchen, and screened porch; and an additional living room, two bedrooms, bathroom, and wine cellar on the lower level.