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A joint collaboration between Lasley Construction and architect Mark Brus of Cambridge, MA produced an exceptionally unique “home within a garden”; the outside comes in by taking advantage of the sloped treed property and natural sunlight.

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The warm and inviting single story exterior surprises you with a second story built into the hill overlooking the Stoney Brook.

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The attached guest suite, with horizontal muntins and frosted glass windows, models a Japanese Shoji screen house.

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An entranceway with glass extending across the length of the 7,720-square-foot home is accentuated with an incredible bluestone and pebble landscaped pathway.

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The native stone wall anchors the glass-enclosed entrance foyer and houses the living room fireplace on the opposite side.

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Modern yet warm and inviting, this formal living room with its linear muntin glass windows, off-set stone fireplace, and multi-level cathedral ceiling is breathtaking. The clearstory window above brings light in and the exterior wall of windows gives a panoramic view of the backyard.

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A close-up photo of the connection made between wood, stone, and two story glass extending from the lower level up to the entry level.

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The Germantown mica stone, pale green glass tile, and slate hearth make this off-set fireplace the focal point of the formal living room.

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The molding detail, the glass walls stretching into the cathedral ceiling, and the outside extension of the cherry-paneled soffit was a fun challenge for our Princeton Construction team!

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Anchored by a steel beam in the center landing, this floating staircase connects the entrance foyer to the lower level.

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An open concept kitchen with Atlantic green granite countertops that reflect in the cedar soffit. The higher section of countertop hides the cooktop from the dining area.

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The kitchen site lines open to another sitting room with its own mica stone fireplace and adjoining windows.

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Floating shelves and frameless ribbed glass panels mask the steel and oak staircase.

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Adjoining the kitchen area, this fireplace is similarly designed as the upstairs with the slate hearth and the pale green glass surround.

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The cathedral ceiling, limestone floor/wall tiles, glass wall tile, and Japanese soaking tub create a peaceful respite in this master bathroom.

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The double sink and mirrored wall create depth and visual interest.

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This private guest bath continues the design themes of the rest of the house.