Intentionality took on new meaning when a weaver and a tree geneticist collaborated with Maine architect Carol Wilson to create this award-winning contemporary called Cardinal in the Woods. The transition from away to home is gracefully achieved with a curving driveway that meanders through the woods slowly revealing the home and the water. A deliberate choice not to pave - to create the lowest impact footprint - to treat the land gently. A nod to aging and accessibility with drawers not shelves, shallower, wider stairs, and true first floor livability. Set on a 4 acre tidal peninsula that invites quiet reflection and offers minimal maintenance waterfront living. Every component of this light-filled home demonstrates a successful marriage of form and function. Featured in design magazines as well as the newly released book Northern Exposure, this home is for those that choose the path less traveled - those who would really rather live in a tree house.
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