In the light-filled entryway, the abundance of white is grounded by the dark wooden floors, banister and stair treads. The newel post boasts an early 20th-century feel.
“When it’s just us four, we eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at the kitchen table because the view is spectacular,” says the homeowner. Durable indoor-outdoor fabric on the banquette ensures easy cleanup.
The Wolf gas range was a must-have (it’s much like the one in the film’s memorable pancake-making scene between actors Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton). Double-hung windows, recess-panelled cabinetry and a glossy white subway tile kitchen backsplash gives an overall timeless feel.