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A second floor kitchen with painted cabinets and mahogany accents is located beneath the rebuilt third floor. Joists were left exposed to give added height to an otherwise low ceiling.

Sunny Rousette Photography

Architecture & Interior Design: David Heide Design Studio -- Photos: Susan Gilmore

On-Site Photography Nancy Belluscio.

Photo Credit Tom Crane

Photography: Augie Salbosa Kitchen remodel Sub-Zero / Wolf appliances Butcher countertop Studio Becker Cabinetry Cork flooring Ice Stone countertop Glass backsplash

Bay Area Custom Cabinetry: wine bar sideboard in family room connects to galley kitchen. This custom cabinetry built-in has two wind refrigerators installed side-by-side, one having a hinged door on the right side and the other on the left. The countertop is made of seafoam green granite and the backsplash is natural slate. These custom cabinets were made in our own award-winning artisanal cabinet studio. This Bay Area Custom home is featured in this video: http://www.billfryconstruction.com/videos/custom-cabinets/index.html

Kitchen featuring Gaya Quartzite counter top. Gaya Quartzite is a vision of soft green colors. Its lush hues accented with veins of white make for a striking and memorable impact. Sure to make any project truly unique, this exotic stone is perfect for kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities.

David Dietrich

Bar area featuring grey cabinetry, an Environite recycled glass countertop in green, bar sink, bar faucet, refrigeration, and storage. | Photo by Tad Davis

Set on the magnificent Long Island Sound, Field Point Circle has a celebrated history as Greenwich’s premier neighborhood—and is considered one of the 10 most prestigious addresses in the country. The Field Point Circle Association, with 27 estate homes, has a single access point and 24 hour security. The Pryory was designed by the eminent architectural firm Cross & Cross in the spirit of an English countryside estate and is set on 2.4 waterfront acres with a private beach and mooring. Perched on a hilltop, the property’s rolling grounds unfold from the rear terrace down to the pool and rippling water’s edge. Through the ivy-covered front door awaits the paneled grand entry with its soaring three-story carved wooden staircase. The adjacent double living room is bookended by stately fireplaces and flooded with light thanks to the span of windows and French doors out to the terrace and water beyond. Most rooms throughout the home boast water views, including the Great Room, which is cloaked in tiger oak and capped with hexagonal patterned high ceilings. One of Greenwich’s famed Great Estates, The Pryory offers the finest workmanship, materials, architecture, and landscaping in an exclusive and unparalleled coastal setting.

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