Architecture/Build: Parental Consent – Exterior

The home’s exterior is clad in wood, stone, fiber cement and brushed aluminum. Large windows define the front façade. “The house employs highly energy-efficient strategies, including passive solar orientation and […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Exterior

The exterior borrows elements from classic 19th- century coastal cottages most often associated with New England. Homes of that era and distinction were also built right here in Mantoloking and […]

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On the Water’s Edge – Entryway

The entryway’s trellis and arched gate heighten the sense of arrival. Gable roofs and dormers are among the traditional elements that capture the home’s seaside vernacular. “We chose exterior materials […]

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Hidden Hill – Exterior

“The residence is clad in horizontal prefinished cedar planks with travertine stone tiles on the garden and retaining walls,” architect Stuart Narofsky says.

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Hidden Hill – Exterior

The stair tower connects the home’s three levels. A bridge over the sunken garden leads to the front door.

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Best of Both Worlds – Exterior

The bricks on the 1939 Tudor were originally red. The circa-1945 black metal windows were salvaged from a Colts Neck, New Jersey estate.

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Contemporary Cottage – Exterior

The architect retained the street façade to pay homage to the home’s English Cottage style. Orange and purple tulips add color to complement the stately structure.

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