Timeless Beauty: Although the house was built in 1970
its copper roof and bronze fixtures nod to the neighborhood’s historic homes.
Green Room: The Goldmans in the courtyard garden
which doubles as an outdoor living room
Curb Appeal: Landscape architect Glen R. Gardner defined the front entrance with a mahogany gateway and softened the driveway with boxwoods
and an olive tree.
French doors can be flung open for easy indoor-outdoor living.
In the kitchen
existing countertops were refreshed with an iridescent tile backsplash and gilded pendant lights.
Upper cabinets with glass fronts mix with open shelving.
The expanded living area is outfitted with luxe fabrics and finishes in shades of cream
“The idea was: let’s just live in our home and enjoy it.” —Jim Goldman