A classically styled Annapolis home designed by architect Wayne Good fits seamlessly into its 1920s neighborhood while taking advantage of panoramic views of the Severn River and the Naval Academy. The house is elevated about 30 feet above the water, with a veranda running along the back that’s accessible from each room. Pictured here, the home’s entrance hall, where the river is visible through a set of French doors. “The front door is solid,” Good explains. “When it swings open, you immediately get the surprise of the view.”
Architecture: Wayne Good, FAIA, Good Architecture, Annapolis, Maryland. Interior Design: Mona Hajj, Mona Hajj Interiors, Baltimore, Maryland. Builder: Winchester Construction, Millersville, Maryland. Photography: Vince Lupo/Direction One, Inc.