This gem was renovated & expanded in 2019 under the guidance of Reverse Architecture into a light-filled, energy-efficient modernist escape located just over the Weston line. The house was taken down to the foundation and studs, rebuilt, insulated, and clad in corrugated metal. The addition was built new, sided with wood, a combination of traditional New England warmth and progressive modernism. The sleek kitchen is the heart of the open floor plan, with top appliances. There’s an ingenious retractable dining table that expands from the kitchen island. The kitchen is open to the living room, featuring a fireplace. Glass doors off the kitchen lead to an expansive deck that overlooks the almost-two-care lot, set back from the road, bordering about 15 acres of conservation land. As with the entire space, the main bath sports cathedral ceilings & is filled with natural light. A deck overlooks the almost-2-acre lot, set back far from the road & bordering about 15 acres of conservation land.
Listing courtesy of Compass.