When this renowned mainstay of NE architecture was purchased by new owners, there were structural issues to consider as well as renovations intended to usher in its new and coming history. First, the severely sagging front of the house was shored up and placed on a new foundation. Secondly, its front-facing harbor views were made more predominant with larger windows, dormers, and decks. Other exterior details were intended to enhance the building’s presence while still giving a nod to its original design. Inside, harbor views were further enhanced by opening up previously confined spaces. New modern furnishings combined with original details to display a purposely eclectic mix of things both new and old.