This classic shingle style “cottage” was once owned and enjoyed by a renowned composer and conductor of the 1920’s. Grand parties with the New York musical elite were held at this property. Over the decades the house was neglected and fell into disrepair. The current owner purchased the house with the desire to return it to it’s former glory. Structural repairs, all new mechanical systems and total restoration of of the interior finishes were necessary. The magnificent pergola, totally destroyed by a hurricane, was rebuilt using only old photographs found at the local historical museum.
Kinlin Rutherford Architecture