A transformed mid-century brick rambler becomes a stunning 6,000 sq. ft. shingled beauty in the Nantucket style.
Architect and Landis Construction’s Director of Design, Paul Gaiser, transformed a brick mid-century rambler into a stunning 6,000 sq. ft. shingled beauty in the Nantucket style, which fits a family of four nicely.
Front and Rear of House, Before
Paul opened up the boxy and dark formal rooms of the old house creating a wide open interior space, that are though light and airy, are anchored by strong and uncompromised detail work. All of the windows and doors are high quality. And all of the moldings and casements were large, strong and widely proportioned to suit the bigger expanses.
The ceiling in the lower level of the split foyer was raised to the height of the mid-level ceiling to open the space
Rear of House with Swimming Pool, After
Screened Porch looking onto backyard and pool
Screened Porch connects to indoor passageway