A photo taken at dusk of the backside of the home which looks out on the lake.
Front and east side of the home featuring reconstructed historic facade with center peak roofline and deep front porch.
Front (east) and side (north)  views of the home.
The south and north facing sides of home.
A view of the kitchen with stove and entry to Butler's pantry at left and full island at right
A view of the open dining room and living room with views of the lake.
Main floor bathroom and open staircase.
The master bedroom and balcony with views of the lake.

Black and White House

Burlington, Vermont

This Burlington home is a study in contrasts, with two sides that relate to their surroundings in very different – but complimentary – ways.

From the front, the home blends naturally with its neighbors, maintaining the character and charm of the streetscape. In the back, a modern addition looks out over the lake, with deep balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The distinction between old and new is evident as the white plank siding of the historic structure meets the slate grey metal of the two-story addition. This juxtaposition of white and black is cleverly revealed as one makes their way around and through the building.

On the inside, natural wood finishes lend an airy feel, and an open stair brings sunlight flooding in from above. The master bedroom looks out across a deep balcony, providing shade and catching the breeze off the water. From either floor, it’s an easy step outside, and the effect is an urban oasis.

Photography: Ryan Bent
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209 Battery Street
Burlington, Vermont, 05401 USA
(802) 658-2775

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