“Its architecture is drawn from the vernacular houses of the early decades of this century. Part New England and part southern, it has a certain sober symmetry and a stepped-up classical portico with Doric columns. Inside, however, the house is akin to an ocean-going yacht. Doors are tongue-and-groove. Cabinets and furniture are handcrafted, either built in or bolted down, as if to protect them in a sudden squall. Storage is in wall compartments and floor "hatches." Decks are teak. The place is at once shipshape and rather sophisticated."
-Excerpt from House and Gardell Magazine, July, 1998