This house in the village of Southampton is home to a family who call Bermuda home most of the year. (Try not to hate them.) Pictured in Architectural Digest, it combines a neoclassical façade and lovely formal gardens with clean-lined modern interiors. The house is one room deep in most places, which means it's bathed in light and rooms offer lovely views of the gardens. Owner Jeremy Parfit, who grew up in Dorset, says Southampton reminds him of parts of England. To create their dream home, Jeremy and wife Helen turned to architecture, landscape, and interiors firm Sawyer | Berson. They wanted a home that looked older, fitting in well with the historic homes of Southampton, but with a modern, contemporary interior. Want to see more? Turn to AD for the full story.
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