Modeled on the English country house, this house was designed for a retired couple who desired a spacious home in which to entertain their children, grandchildren and frequent guests.
Motifs common to the Georgian style were articulated in the exterior massing and details. The front entry is defined by an arched pediment and cast stone wall panels. Cast stone pilasters and a fan light frame the front door. The flanking chimneys and two-story wings enhance the architecturally correct façade. Custom cast stone columns at the rear terrace are in the Doric style with entasis.
The interior central hall plan with its expansive rooms, high ceilings and detailed moldings lend a sense of grandeur while the relaxed interior finishes were selected for their livability.
L. Barry Davidson was the architect and interior designer on this house, completed in September 2006. This house was featured in the September 2011 issue of Period Homes.