Before + After: History in the Making

Photography by Erik Kvalsvik | Text by Andrea Fanning

white exteriorVaucluse has been a fixture along the banks of Hungars Creek since the late 1700s. The floorplan has been adapted, the square footage expanded, and the wear and tear multiplied over the years, but the home still retains a rich sense of history. Architect Stephen Muse says, “In the main house, the bones were really good and had not been changed. We knew we could work with that.” To give the waterfront side of the house more impact and a stronger tie to the past, Muse and his team mirrored the intriguing design of twin doors that mark the roadside front.

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