This contemporary “floating” home, designed by the well-known local architect David Valentine, employs a creative approach to wedding form to function.
Everything comes together in an esthetically sensitive design. The home, built in 1985, blends beautifully with the natural setting of woods and water.
40 Pella glass doors were incorporated into the design to bring the outdoors inside. Porches at either end of the home were enclosed for year-round use in 1999,
one as a formal dining room and the other as a sunporch or additional guest room. Hardwood flooring lies beneath the carpet in the public rooms. The property has about 1800 feet of shore frontage (according to county records) and features an inlet off North Bay to the west. Foot paths throughout the acreage allow the nature lover to enjoy this extraordinary property and all its nuances. Excellent gardens surround the residence; a large area around home has been fenced
to keep deer away from the plantings. Also, electric wiring around the perimeter of the home keeps porcupines and other small animals away from the structure.
A private chapel (on the inland side of the road) is included with property.
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