New York, NY, US 10012 · 80 photos
Utilizing the historic remnants of the original stone cottage, this two-phase rennovation and addition builds on the quaint and historic character of this house that overlooks Nash's stream. A copper clad cupola and gambrel roof help integrate the old and new sections of the house while maintaining the charming character of this substantially expanded house.
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After an extensive renovation, this Westport home's gambrel roof helps to integrate the old and new sections of the house while maintaining its charming character.More features of traditional home design
What Houzzers are commenting on:
gambrel roof, grey siding, and stone
cool bay window with the gambrel roof
added by reneefortin
(7 weeks ago)
added by Karen Beam Architect LLC
(3 months ago)
overhanging top half gambrel
I like the feel of this house (minus the farmhouse roof). Love the stone and the cedar shake siding.
added by General Roofing Systems Canada (GRS)
to Gambrel Roof
(3 months ago)
outside patio area and extension
flaired siding again, although a little busy. Love the battens at roof overhang!
Like the trim work, windows and roofing on this home. Like the gutters too.
Brick on bottom - 3 stories are good
Love the copper overhang and stonework.
windows...and three stories...the setting...lots appeals to me
Great roof idea for an add-on sun porch
combo of stone, shake siding and copper
that`s so nice i love how it is and all the colors in it to.
the renovation is seamless
Add a lake or ocean beach and you are all set.!
added by Gaurav Singhmar
(11 months ago)
Three story gambrel.
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