Taking inspiration from eighteenth-century white-clapboard-fronted captain’s houses found nearby, this newly constructed Greek Revival home proudly anchors its corner location. Its sensitive craftsmanship and high-touch details—such as its columned portico, sidelights and transom surrounding the front door, multipaned double-hung windows, and long side porch—convey a sense of implied history.
Though traditionally styled, the property embraces twenty-first-century indoor-outdoor living. A glass-enclosed four-season porch opens off of the breakfast room through French doors, while the second-floor master suite has its own balcony. Accessed from a street behind the main house, a rear-facing carriage house encloses a pool courtyard, ensuring privacy for outdoor gatherings.