Northshore Magazine

July 2012

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Rejuvenate • Hydrate • Smooth • Detoxify • Relax Home Design • Chemical Peels, Face and Body • Custom Facial Treatments • Acne Facials • Collagen and Oxygen Facials • Body Treatments We Love Skin Karen Damon, Licensed Esthetician / Laser Technician 27 Green Street, Newburyport, MA , Suite 104 978-580-5818 ciaobellaskincare@gmail.com • www.ciaobellaskincare.com Call for a no-cost consultation modernization, we made provi- sions for cars, home offices, and guests. Also, we corrected the one flaw: Like many houses a hundred years ago, Selkirk did not take full advantage of a spectacular site." MacNeille's design, which added nearly 3,000 square feet, replaced a two-story porch with an attached garage that angles away from the house. An apartment houses guests below the car level; above, an office with gorgeous views provides work space for Nicolay. A semicircular terrace opens from the living room to the ocean view, providing the easy access to the water that had been missing. Carpenter & MacNeille's headquarters, located in a historic barn that once housed the generator and trolley cars of the Cape Ann Line, include a fully equipped and staffed woodshop, where Selkirk's new windows were built. Their design was based on the single remaining original: a pair of tall four-over-10 lights topped with four-light transoms to the right of the front door. "For us, this was a delightful project be- cause we could do everything," MacNeille says. The interior design, also Our goal at Salem Cycle is for you to love your cycling experience! We offer quality workmanship, attentive service and great value. Salem Cycle is the only bike shop on the North Shore to guarantee your bike fits right by offering free custom fit using "Body Scan." We offer Financing, price matching, full service on all types of bikes, bike rentals, trade-in and sell new and used bikes, offer pick-up and delivery and 3- and 5-year extended warranties. SALEM CYCLE 72 WASHINGTON STREET, 978-741-2222, SALEMCYCLE.COM PROUD SPONSOR OF THE WITCHES CUP CRITERIUM, 142 nshoremag.com July 2012 2012, SALEM COMMON 4-8PM. nshoremag.com July 2012 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8TH executed by Carpenter & Mac- Neille, features faithful repro- ductions of traditional English and New England furniture. The dining room demonstrates the subtle sophistication of the decor with a ceiling painted a paler shade of the neutral wall color. Large new windows set into the redesigned dormer wall in the master bedroom ensure that nothing competes with the view. MacNeille says, "Since the house had never been finished beyond the level of studs and rafters, rebuilding the interior was mostly a matter of [add- ing] rather than taking away. The new bedroom wall was one of the few structural changes we had to make." The Bogachevs' affection for their American perch turned it from pied-à-terre to favored getaway. Now in col- lege, the younger Bogachevs use the house as a weekend Since the house had never been fin- ished beyond the level of studs and rafters, rebuilding the interior was mostly a matter of [adding] rather than taking away. rob macneille/ principal architect, carpenter & macneille retreat; their parents for work and family leisure time. But Selkirk is free of the Russian or Eastern European influences one might expect the homeowners to bring with them to the North Shore. "The furniture and art were purchased specifically for this house," MacNeille explains. "The Bogachevs wanted a genuinely American house; that was part of what they loved about Selkirk in the first place. Their interior and exterior de- sign goal was to make the house look as it might have originally." Along with their architect and builder, the homeowners succeeded brilliantly. Selkirk looks like a picture-perfect piece of history, albeit one with all the comforts of the 21st century.

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