South Bend, Indiana
Located in close proximity to the University of Notre Dame, this Palladian residence features Doric piers and detailing at the front porch and a modified Corinthian entablature on the house. The house is naturally illuminated by the many windows and paned doors while the triple-hung windows, a uniquely Jeffersonian detail, provide additional circulation between interior and exterior when fully open. Upon entry, a formal den greets visitors with an open kitchen visible past an Ionic column screen that separates the rooms. A well-illuminated open stair shaft connects all of the house levels from basement to the third floor attic study. On the second level, French doors in the master bedroom open out to a porch with a view to the campus of Notre Dame.