The home draws inspiration from traditional Cape Cod architecture with a few twists of its own. The stacked stone veneer adds a rustic element to the facade, while decorative window trim makes up for the absence of shutters.
Situated on the bluff overlooking the sailing and ski town of Harbor Springs, Michigan, this stunning home features architecture that is responsive both to the views and the 100-year-old cottages that line the street.
From the front entrance, this remodeled home retains its connection to its Florida roots with a renewed sense of appeal. Landscape lighting illuminates the yard's tropical greenery, and the home's siding and trim complement the natural scenery.
Three spring green Adirondack chairs offer a pleasant place to perch on this covered terrace. The color is repeated in the traditional home's interior. Cape Cod-inspired architectural details include shingle siding and columned porches.