Tranquility on Lake Carnegie, inside and out.
The original 1960’s red brick colonial was expanded with a series of additions to take advantage of a spectacular setting on a bend in the shoreline of the lake. The additions were clad in a combination of fiber cement and thermally modified sidings which set them apart from the painted brick of the original house. A long cable railed deck ties everything together.
The interior was a gut renovation with custom millwork, engineered white oak flooring, and touches of wallpaper and Venetian plaster. Heating and cooling is handled by efficient air source heat pumps which run, largely, off of the rooftop solar array.
Architecture: Bartle Clayton Architecture
Interior Design: Mapletoft & Miller