Norman House on the Sound by Ike Kligerman Barkley
Greenwich, Connecticut, United States
This charming stone home set on the upper end of a narrow grassy property sloping down to the Long Island Sound is the work of architectural firm Ike Kligerman Barkley. Architectural Digest profiled the home in November 2006, stating that the homeowner’s love of masonry buildings is what inspired the design. There is 7,500 square feet of space with a spacious living room, family and library as well as a second floor master suite with sitting room looking out to a loggia and the Long Island Sound beyond. The home is accessed over a natural-looking pool with massive bluestone planks. Ike Kligerman Barkley describes the interior as being modern and open with traditional, warm materials such as reclaimed white oak and French limestone. The lower level houses an indoor pool with views out toward the Long Island Sound. Architecture was provided by Ike Kligerman Barkley, Anthony Archer-Wills created the water garden, interior design was done by Michael LaRocca and landscape architecture by Steven Krog. Photography by Durston Saylor.