This Stone Georgian is a classically inspired new home in the Colonial Revival style. Extensive use of period moldings and detailing define the style throughout. The rooms on the first floor; Study, Living Room, Foyer, Dining, Kitchen, Family Room, and Sunroom all have French Doors that open on to a rear terrace which connects all the spaces to each other and to the beautiful views of the property.
The vertical connection between the upper floors is achieved by an open central grand stairway which climbs three stories terminating with an oculus. The Guest Quarters are separated from the Main House by a glass enclosed collonade. The informal rear stair from the mudroom to the bedrooms has a glass cupola that shed light into the stairwell, and is lined with bead board wainscot to emphasize the informal part of the house.
“Every time we ran into a challenge individually and wondered how we would solve it, we worked together and came up with a better solution. That’s where having a great architect and a great builder made this a pleasure.”
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