The Owners purchased this waterside property and demolished the existing Colonial two-story with the desire to build a Prairie style home in its place. This mandated an emphasis on long, low, horizontal lines. These horizontal lines were broken by a regimented series of stone piers running past the garages and terminating on the oversized stone chimney at the rear. Lap siding with mitered corners, in a rhythm of 6” courses interrupted by a 3” course every third row, reinforce this horizontality.
Large expanses of glass maximized views to the river, while a clerestory window again plays to the horizontal theme. A surprise waterfall fountain hidden by the stone entry column greets guests and is featured through a plate glass window from the foyer.