A whole wall of vintage Hopes steel-framed casement windows give the dining room a conservatory feel. Its Belgium bluestone flooring features radiant heat.
Both men would stand on this private lane in disbelief and wonder at the sight of this modern day masterpiece that also honors the past. The house has undergone several major renovations, including one in 1916 by famed local architect Cameron Clark, and another early in the new millennium that earned its then-homeowners a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Southport Conservancy in 2003 for the “careful and sympathetic preservation of the original architectural features of this important Southport landmark.”
With that in mind, what recognition might the current owners get for their recent expansion and overhaul, which preserved the home’s historic integrity and period details while imbuing it with luxurious modern features?