The owners worked with architect Paul Wright of ACI Architectural Consultants Inc. to build a house that adheres as closely as possible to traditional Georgian style while still providing a comfortable and modern family living space.
The owners paid a lot of attention to details; carpenters worked for one year on the millwork alone. Jacobean twist railings, for example, are custom-made.
The library features a circular wrought-iron staircase to a second-floor music room with a promenade overlooking the space below. American cherry cabinets line the walls in the library.
Throughout the home, various nooks and crannies and built-in window seats add coziness ...