This Gambrel style residence has been completely upgraded to satisfy todays’ standards while restoring and reinforcing the original 1885 design. It began as a Summer Cottage accessible by train from Boston, and is now a year round residence. The essence of the structure was maintained, while enhancing every detail. The breadth of craftsmanship is evident throughout the home resulting in a comfortable and embellished aesthetic.
Photo Credit: Brian Vanden Brink
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Does the gap at the bottom help with lighting? - I have been considering building a fire pit with gaps in the side to help illuminate the area around the pit and possibly help stoke the fire. The lighting was just a theory I had, but you may be able to shine some light on this idea! »
This gorgeous contemporary layout makes great use of an awesome view! Don't have anything to look out on in the distance from your yard? Create a garden focal point and orient your sitting space to overlook that portion. Or, let the fire pit steal the show!