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Detail: A Never-Ending Porch

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


by in Sep 2007
Detail: A Never-Ending Porch
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To connect sweeping views of Sebago with the interior of the house, the owners selected glass doors. The doors, which lead to the screened porch, are custom-made of insulated glass cased in natural-colored cedar with a bifolding hinge. When they’re open, the doors disappear against oak beams. This creates the illusion that the great room with its giant timber frame is simply part of the outdoors, where tall white pines reach toward the sky.

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