Title

An article on the three-part, weathered-shingle compound designed by Conary Isla

Authors

Joshua F. Moore

Source

Down East

Date

9-1-2004

Pages

61-65, 91

Abstract

An article on the three-part, weathered-shingle compound designed by Conary Island summer resident and Connecticut architect, Bob Faesy. The home was built on a site overlooking Eggemoggin Reach in Brooklin across from Faesy's own summer retreat. It looks like a long-forgotten boathouse or barn, blending into the scenery. The builders utilized local materials, and Sedgwick builder Jon Woodward and his son, Peter, did everything from the rough framing to the finish carpentry.

Subjects

Architecture, Domestic, Faesy, Bob

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