Tuesday, June 13, 2023

Waterfront Estate on Maryland’s Eastern Shore


From Veranda:

After years of working for a global fashion company that brought Jess Weeth everywhere from Saint Tropez to South Korea, she settled down in her charming hometown of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where she shifted her creative gears to residential interiors. The designer opened her studio, Weeth Home, on the main street she grew up with less than a mile from the Atlantic Ocean and was soon working with a couple on their primary residence in town when they came across a stunning waterfront property on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

The 18th-century estate was seated on 40 acres along a secluded tributary of Chesapeake Bay that still housed an original Georgian Colonial structure. And if those details weren’t enough to have Weeth jumping at the prospect of getting to redesign the 10,000-square-foot estate, the couple had hired renowned architect Charles Goebel to thoughtfully bring the property’s various buildings that had been built over a span of 250 years into the modern age while still paying homage to its deeply rooted history. (Read more.)


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