Boston Architects: Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.

The plan reflects the owners desire t like quite informally with combination kitchen, dinning and living room hall on the first floor, along with a master bedroom and screened porch. The second floor contains two additional bedrooms and a study overlooking the living hall. The north and south façade, are treated quite differently. The north faced reflects through steep sloped roofs and smaller windows with a sheltering entry and the hills beyond. The south façade, at the edge of a long gentle sloping meadow, is more upright to take full advantage of the views and sun.

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Raing possibility for the boys room

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idea for rails going downstairs into the basement

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I like how the rail and the wall align

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