Peaks Island, Maine

Designer: Jim Greenwell

This re-built island home mixes an old feel exterior with ultra-modern interior. Our crews weathered harsh winter conditions to reconstruct this home into a weather-tight four-season residence. Designed by local Island architect, the structure makes the most of the stunning views with sixteen-foot pocket doors that open up to a beautiful harbor view. Recycling 60% of the old materials (walls and petitions) it was restructured to be 50% larger with an open concept.

Features include

  • Geothermal heat pump and cooling
  • Large open floor plan with many window openings for unobstructed views of the bay
  • Fixed hard points minimize the view of the neighboring structures
  • Low-voltage fixtures
  • Custom kitchen and bathroom cabinetry built in-house by Freeport Woodworking
  • Outdoor stone kitchen and pizza oven