Morse Street Compound

Edgartown Village Historic District, MA

The owners of the Captain Consider Fisher House wanted to restore and reimagine their 1845 Greek Revival as a vacation home that would feel intimate but ready for entertaining. To accommodate their expansive program, a historically appropriate second gabled structure was added, connected to the original by a glass-enclosed breezeway-like dining pavilion.

Featuring six sets of French doors, the dining area occupies the heart of a new central spine that opens the once-closed plan, lets in light, and encourages indoor-outdoor living. This solution allows the house to remain true to its context—even though it now has ten-foot ceilings and twice the square footage.


Bulfinch Awards 2016

Two Residential Awards

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