New Hampshire Lake House

This house was required by zoning to occupy an existing building footprint on its narrow lakeside lot. Its three-story plan provides separated sleeping areas both above and below the main living space, while also optimizing the opportunity for energy efficiency over the long run. A secondary structure shelters a private outdoor space from the road and provides a path of indirect access to the front door.
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Joseph St. Pierre
“Like the wood, the patio and screen porch. Would like that "lake-feel" even tho we don't have a lake” — Lynne Welsh
New Hampshire Lake House
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Joseph St. Pierre
“Stones” — rafaela80
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“Actually, reverse -- this might be what we get? I don't really like it” — jenmutolo605
New Hampshire Lake House
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Joseph St. Pierre
“Living room wall cabinets and fireplace” — briano52
New Hampshire Lake House
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Joseph St. Pierre
“Outdoor table by fireplace” — janellehyman
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“Lake house on steeply sloped site. Garage entry above! Main level below "entry"” — lisaleemorgan
New Hampshire Lake House
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“lake house” — meli_emey
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