User Friendly-Exterior

“The client specifically wanted to avoid large expanses of masonry in the form of brick or stone,” architect Michael Scro says, “so accents were used in a limited fashion, largely […]

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Past Forward-Exterior

The classic Greek Revival-style Lawrenceville, NJ, home — built circa 1828 — is listed on the historic register. Inset: If doorknockers could talk: This brass lion has seen guests coming […]

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User Friendly-Exterior Side

A side façade of this Bergen County home features an array of windows bringing natural light into the stairwell on sunny days and creating a dramatic effect in the evenings […]

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User Friendly-Exterior Back

Gables at varying heights and black-trimmed windows contribute to the striking look of the rear façade of this modern farmhouse-style home in Bergen County.

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User Friendly-Exterior Night

The exterior of this Bergen County home features farmhouse-style hallmarks, such as steeply pitched gable rooflines and white clapboard siding, along with more modern elements, such as shed dormers and […]

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Highlighting History-Front exterior

Ivy climbs the limestone façade of this Essex County Tudor-style home, bringing the carved front door into sharp focus. Other plantings include Bada Bing® scarlet and Whopper® rose green-leaf begonias, […]

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User Friendly-Outdoor Fireplace

Portions of the exterior of this modern farmhouse-style home in Bergen County are clad in white wainscot panels to complement and add interest to the traditional clapboard siding.

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Block Party-Bedroom Balcony

The owners asked that every bedroom in this Longport home have its own private balcony. “It was a primary design consideration,” architect Stephen Fenwick says. A railing consisting of newel […]

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Block Party-Front Exterior

Though shingle-style homes usually have more massive shingled columns, architect Stephen Fenwick says, “we elected not to use them here in order to open up the deck areas.”

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