Along Moshups Trail —
A rustic, stone, mahogany and recycled timber home.
Three private bedrooms and ample public living areas have been inserted into every cubic foot of a zoning mandated micro envelope.
The ridge height was restricted to 21 feet and the footprint was limited by wetlands proximity and property line setbacks on all four sides.
To avoid the potential of a box like appearance, an offset upper floor level houses the master bedroom and bath, and pergolas provide both more shaded outdoor living space and a break in the wall planes.
The use of rustic natural material such as stone, mahogany windows and recycled timber further help to add to the visual interest.