The remodeling of this antique house happened in two phases. The first phase included a free-flowing master suite, complete with an innovative bathroom-with-no-borders, a built-in bed, numerous built-in closets, and dressing room. Spaces were delineated by cherry cabinetry, not traditional floor to ceiling walls. Cedar beams, poplar tongue and groove paneling and radiant heated slate floor are just a few of the features of this exceptional renovation.

Phase two saw the transformation of the attached carriage shed into an extraordinary “Carriage House Kitchen”. The center island was designed to accommodate a unique piece of slate that had been rescued many years ago by the homeowner from the Atlantic Ocean in Rhode Island. (as seen in Fine Homebuilding, March 2010). Both phases were designed by Simmons.
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