Architects Bates Corkern Studio turn a 1930s home into the neighborhood favorite by pairing timeless details with classic proportions.
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
The 15- by 12-foot portico with its 4- by 8-foot door gives the home the height and dimension it previously lacked. "We designed the door to look like a pair of doors," says Jeremy.
Chippendale-style shutters, rather than columns, give Southern flair to the entrance.