Creating panoramic views atop a glacial moraine.


Nestled in the hills of Matunuck next to a kettle pond that was formed back when glaciers retreated and drained to the Atlantic, the Sprague House offers all the charms of contemporary lakeside living.  The property belonged to the descendants of William Sprague who served as Rhode Island Governor from 1860 to 1863.  This addition to a historic summer home utilizes a modern ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) foundation, enabling construction access to a sensitive waterfront site.  The project comprised of a two-story addition with expansive views, along with a modest update of the home’s existing galley kitchen.  Throughout this endeavor, our team integrated modern technologies with classic architectural styles to achieve a seamless blend of old and new.