This home is a two-story center hall colonial that has a pair of building wings that extend forward. These wings are connected to the main body of the home with curving glass passageways to provide light and transparency to these intermediate spaces.
One wing consists of the three-car garage with a flexible recreation space above. The opposing wing consists of the master bedroom suite with a private exercise space above. These wings extend out to create a center formal entry court for welcoming visitors to the house.
The rear of the house has two levels of veranda space to allow uninterrupted views to the wooded area to the rear. This, along with the triple dormers in the rear of the attic, suggests informal design elements of a southern plantation style home while maintaining the formality of the center hall colonial on the front.