This new, Greene and Greene influenced bungalow is an anomaly in the avenues historic, Landmark District. It has retained some of the classic finish details from that period of architecture, both internally and externally. This home does deviate from that genre by integrating features made with steel, glass, concrete and 3form materials. Besides occupying a small foot print, this home takes advantage of the basement space because its 9 foot ceilings, make for comfortable summer living and sleeping. The master bedroom accesses a walk out patio with a water feature that will provide convective cooling to help reduce the conventional summer power load.