Located on a heavily wooded site on the eastern shore of Maryland, this new residence was designed in the Georgian vernacular style. The primary exterior materials consist of hand-molded brick, beveled wood siding and cedar roof shingles. Two large porches were located to take advantage of the spectacular water views. In keeping with Georgian tradition, the layout features a center stair hall flanked by the living and dining rooms. An antique salvaged staircase was installed in the center stair hall and the library was designed around an antique paneled wall and mantelpiece. In addition, antique floor boards, ceiling beams, wainscoting, doors, mantelpieces and trim were incorporated throughout the residence.