Villa de la Mar by
Alexander Gorlin Architects

With its extensive Mediterranean tile roof, ochre stucco, Tuscan columns and high ceiling spaces, Villa de la Mar is the only structure remaining on the Loewy estate of 1917. The larger stable and storage building has been restored to its former glory on the outside, while the interior shell has been completely gutted and outfitted with the latest amenities and appliances to compliment a contemporary lifestyle. Driving into a large entry court, one enters on the upper level through a portico into a triple height atrium, with a majestic double curving stair spilling down to the lower level awn and view of the Long Island Sound. The interior is modern Italian minimal with large, open spaces filled with light and warm materials. The kitchen and family room open onto decks while the master bedroom suite is on the main level. The children’s and guest rooms are on the lawn level, with a generous family room that opens directly onto the outside, again with a breathtaking view of the Sound.

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