Residence Number 4- Lakefront Home

Lakefront home in prestigious near east side neighborhood of Cleveland, with large lake frontage and pier.
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Evening view of front elevation. Stained cedar shake shingle siding with stone veneer, and slate roofing with copper gutters and downspouts.
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Front elevation as seen from the road. Foreground shows front entry privacy walls and custom wrought iron entry gate. Stained cedar shake shingle siding with stone veneer, and slate roofing with copper gutters and downspouts.
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View of front with landscape sculpture in foreground.
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Front entry view through custom wrought iron gate. The exterior materials are stone and stained cedar shake shingle siding, with slate roofing and copper gutters and downspouts.
“Wrought iron detail in gate for front window” — tybeau389
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View toward front door- shows the walnut flooring and main stair.
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Living room with custom fireplace and full views to Lake Erie.
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View into kitchen. Kitchen was designed not to be on an outside wall so that the views from the kitchen were to full window walls overlooking the lake.
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Owner home office/library with fireplace, stained walnut trims, and custom plaster ceiling.
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View into octagonally shaped dining room.
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First level powder room.
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Detail of typical pattern in the walnut flooring at columns.
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Rear elevation showing hillside and lake.
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Exterior spaces are on three levels. This allowed furniture and cooking areas to take place without blocking lake views from the interior.
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The exterior materials are stone and stained cedar shake shingle siding, with slate roofing and copper gutters and downspouts. The rear wood trim has been painted a forest green color to offset the stone and siding.
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Mid level patio that has cooking area, dining area, and full view of Lake Erie.
“Stonework” — dhberg
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Exterior spaces are on three levels. This allowed furniture and cooking areas (shown here) to take place without blocking lake views from the interior.
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Lower level media room with birdseye maple trim and panels accenting the light fixtures and framing the fabric sound insulation panels. The screen is framed by theater 'curtains'. Photo is from a local magazine publication.
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Lower level home theater. The wall panels are sound deadening with birdseye maple trims. The ceiling was arched to soften the edges of the room and the floor stepped down for better viewing.
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Wine room in lower level of home.
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Preliminary front elevation design.
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