The owners’ love of France inspired this gracious Norman-style residence. Large, mullioned windows and archways lighten the massing and update the classical style. The three gables, turret and porte-cochère provide a visual progression to the front of the home. This contemporary interpretation of vernacular French architecture continues in the interior, which is open and light-filled with an emphasis on the flow and connectivity between rooms. Reflecting a classical French character, the interior architecture includes groin-vault ceilings, archways and ornamental molding. Three bays project from the rear of the residence and a pool cabana opens to a spacious terrace with an oval-shaped swimming pool.

Photographer: Erica George Dines
Interior Designer: Suzanne Kasler Interiors
Landscape Designer: Howard Design Studio
General Contractor: Bildon Construction