Welcome to our gallery featuring a fantastic hillside home by Omar Gandhi Architect INC.
The home’s facade is beautiful red cedar, and the two-story home looks deceptively like a one-story from the front. However, the home is positioned neatly on a hillside overlooking the town of Iverness and the beautiful Cabot Links Golf Course.
Entry to the home is located on the second floor, along with all the other main living spaces, including the living room, dining room, and kitchen.
The more private areas of the home are located on the first floor, with the primary bedroom extending from the main body of the home, with expansive windows on three sides that NJMCDirect provide the best view in the house.
The home’s interior is minimalist, with extensive use of glass, which we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we have.
Photography: Greg Richardson
Design: Omar Gandhi, Peter Braithwaite, David Greenwell
Interior Design: Jill Greaves Design
The home’s kitchen is located on the second floor and is a mixture of glossy white cabinets and rich wood with a beautiful grain. Pale green modern barstools sit at the eat-in kitchen island. A set of sliding glass doors lead out onto the patio, with a view of the Iverness harbor.
The long, narrow living room has beautiful hardwood floors and simple white walls that are covered in windows. To the rear of the frame is the marble enclosed fireplace with bookcases on either side.
A view of the living room from the left side, past the matching chairs and through the window. The view of the two bodies of water mixing is a fantastic sight.
From the rear exterior of the home, we can see the stairwell leading down to the first floor. The green door and accent wall are striking, considering the mostly neutral color palette of the home.
A full view of the rear of the home, highlighting the extensive windows and the way the primary bedroom extends from the basic shape of the home.
The view from the patio connected to the kitchen. Glass balustrades don’t block the fantastic view.
The primary bedroom is of simple, minimalist design, with expansive seamless windows for the best view in the house.
A nighttime view from the side of the house, showing the transition in siding between the different sections of the home.
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