Although not formerly designated as a historic property, the town maintains its own historic board and stringent guidelines for alterations to pieces of property such as this one. The historic board requires a percentage of the original exterior to remain as to not stray too far from the original aesthetic. Years of wear and tear had compromised the structural integrity of the walls and floors. Restructuring the house fixed these issues and also alleviated restrictions of the existing conditions.
The end result was a modern kitchen and flowing spaces overlooking the ocean. The renovation delivered two mirrored master suites with private baths. There were secondary bedrooms and support spaces on the second floor.
Residential Architecture, Interior Design
Total Square Footage: 3,000
Architect: Lacuna Design Inc
Contractor: Pemental Construction
Renderings: Lacuna Design Inc
Completed June 2016