A unique twenty-first century modern design recalls old-world tradition in its use of form and materials.

Composed of three adjoining pavilions, this new home resembles a small village of old stone cottages, yet it is distinctively modern. The long, flat lakeside property welcomes the intriguing set of copper-roofed pavilions. Each is clad with custom cut Pennsylvania bluestone, carefully laid by hand. Distinctive large stone chimney’s and delicate copper details compliment the stone, wood, and glass exteriors. Natural materials are used throughout, with domed ceilings over the great room, kitchen and master bedroom. While the silhouette may appear simple, the project scope, scale, complexity and detailing is impressive and memorable. Call today to schedule an informational meeting, tour or portfolio review.

BUILDER: Streeter & Associates
ARCHITECT: Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
INTERIOR: Greg Walsh Design Group