Tennyson Drive

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"It takes a Village" Eclectic home exterior combines an architectural vision in which disparate recognizable forms are combined to form a unique aesthetic
“Cool eclectic original” — Thomas Baio Architect PC
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The room is designed to be an airy expression for family gatherings. The oversized fireplace, 12' x 18' foot array of windows, and wood trussses contribute to the overall sensation of "airy" room.
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This 6'-0" x 50'-0" long hall is designed to reflect its use as a gallery for the display of art work. The wainscote panels are 36" high and the ceiling is 9'-0"
“Powder room” — launa
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This is the home office of the Tennyson Drive house. The round window can be seem from the front of the house and is operable. The wainscoting is 6'-0" high and is made of mahogony.
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This outdoor covered porch features a gas outdoor fireplce by Heat and Glo. The lattice work affords additional privacy.
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Using trelles pattern set against board and batten siding, thius detached garage is able to provide a romance to its otherwise utility use.
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Living room is 14'-0" wide by 18'-0" long. It serves as both a sitting room and music room.
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Able to serve 14 - 16 people this dining room is 14' wide by 20' long. It features a 54" wide x 180" long dining table. There are 6" x 8" coffers in the ceiling, and a 36" round crystal chandelier
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This breakfast photo is the interior of exterior shot linked to this project. The room is 14'-0" long and 9'-0" deep. It is surrounded by a bluestone patio and contains 14 windows and/or french doors. It is designed to reflect openess with the rear yard.
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The rear yard view of the Tennyson Drive house illustrates the vast use of glass facing onto the rear yard. Very different from the front the rear of the house is all about light and connectivity to the yard.
“Back of house with covered porch and different dimension” — dreamhome4me
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