An old summer cottage was remodeled from the ground up. Simmons designed this project in three phases. Phase one addressed the need of a new foundation.

Phase two was a complete first floor remodel. The original kitchen was not only small and inefficient, but lacked views of nearby Long Island Sound. A new kitchen was created on the opposite side of the house forming a spacious kitchen for an ambitious cook. The new first floor layout ties the indoor rooms to the yard and views. The new kitchen boasts mahogany cabinets, granite counters and professional-grade appliances.

Phase three consisted of creating a second floor addition over part of the house and remodeling the rest of the second floor. The new space created three bedrooms (each with a water view), a bathroom, and a laundry room. The remodeled space was turned into a master suite, complete with a master bath, dressing room, and home office. The mahogany details from downstairs were continued throughout the master suite.
Photos by Craig Freeman Photography
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