The integration of architecture, landscape, and interiors created an equestrian estate that appears to have evolved over time. Designed with style and details that recall historic precedent, the main house has an open plan that provides commodious family living spaces. Vernacular designs for the stable and pool house respect regional traditions, and a series of pathways, paddocks, and gardens subtly integrate into the lakefront property.
The creation and landscaping of an equestrian estate included the integration of a new house, stables, paddocks, pool, and pool house into lakefront property. A picturesque approach through equestrian fields gradually gives way to formal terraces and traditional gardens near the house. Bluestone walks lead to the pool complex, and more rustic pathways give way to the stable and paddocks.