This shingle-style residence is hidden among tall spruce trees and placed on a dramatic landscape with sweeping water views of Wheeler Bay. The view from the house is maximized through round turret corners, expansive glazed French doors, tall cottage-style double-hung windows, and a wraparound porch. Red-cedar roofing and cedar siding complement the building style and blend with the natural surroundings. The site dictated the house be set on concrete piers with breakaway panels for floodplain considerations. The second story is formed into the roofline to bring interest into the interior spaces and keep the overall building height lower than the surrounding trees. A double-height great room is anchored by a granite fireplace and chimney that complement the classic character of the home. A guest suite and exercise room sit over a multibay garage, leveraging the available space. This area of the home is styled with a cupola for increased natural light in the second-floor cathedral spaces.
Location: Saint George
Architect: Phelps Architects
Construction start: Summer 2018
Construction complete:Fall 2019