Situated on the banks of Spa Creek in the Historic District of Annapolis, it was essential that this house respect the scale and context of its historic location.
The house is sited in a corner of the property close to neighboring houses, allowing it to engage in a more urban relationship with these neighbors, as well as creating a large, open space on the waterfront side of the house. Inside, the plan is organized around a central core with rooms radiating from each quadrant, creating open, light interior spaces with generous views of the water from each room.
With its gambrel roof forms, dormers, and massive brick chimneys, the house looks as though it has stood proudly on its historic site going well back in time.
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