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Northshore Home Summer 2018

Northshore Home magazine highlights the best in architectural design, new construction and renovations, interiors, and landscape design.

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75 Left, Upstairs, the couple's expansive master suite includes a bathroom with a walk-in shower and soaking tub, a dressing area, and a walk-in closet. Right, A special retreat is the widow's walk, accessed via a spiral staircase from the bonus game room above the garage; The couple's French bulldog Edgar near the pool. comfort. The nearby pool boasts a shallow shelf for the young grandchildren; its raised sides—inspired by pools on St. Barths, the couple's frequent vacation spot—provide an extra guard against misadventures for safety's sake. Front to back, the house blends formal and fun while telling a cohesive new old story. "The goal was to make it seem like it has always been there," says Dioli. "It has all of the functionality for today's family needs, but still has the character and patina of an older home." "It's exceeded our expectations," admit the owners, whose French bulldog, Edgar, is always close by. "Our kids visit often, we host just about every major holiday, and we can see the ocean from virtually every room. We can't think of one thing we would change." For contact information, see Resources on page 113.

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