A 1970’s brick home was redesigned in the New England Vernacular style. The gambrel roof created an aesthetically pleasing design with practical results, allowing for generous ceiling heights despite strict zoning regulations. The renovated home gained space for a gracious master suite. A second floor deck captures views of the seacoast. The Owner’s artist studio enjoys north daylight for her creative paintings. The home collects great sunlight and breezes through large windows on the water side. In contrast, the street façade preserves privacy by the delicate placement of smaller windows, while still allowing for natural light and the prevailing summer wind. This home was featured in North Shore Living Magazine.