The Mission: Built by the Owner’s grandparents in the 1920’s, what had once been a shoreline cottage had been added onto over the years. Somehow, it had inadvertently been transformed into a Dutch colonial that simply didn’t fit the shoreline lifestyle. Still, the Owners didn’t want to tear down the whole structure. What could be done?
The Solution: Dramatically, the house was demolished down to the second floor deck – though you’d never know it. While still retaining a memory of the original cottage, the house now thrives with a contemporary style opened up to beautiful views of the surrounding water.