Architect Andrew Borges describes the home he designed atop Queen Anne Hill as East Coast saltbox meets West Coast open. The main living space is flanked by two long and gabled wings.
Architect Andrew Borges describes the home he designed atop Queen Anne Hill as East Coast saltbox meets West Coast open. The main living space is flanked by two long and gabled wings. Benjamin Benschneider TNS
Architect Andrew Borges describes the home he designed atop Queen Anne Hill as East Coast saltbox meets West Coast open. The main living space is flanked by two long and gabled wings. Benjamin Benschneider TNS

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