This Fairfield, CT home is an “upside down house” originally built on a slab in the 1970s. The owner and his family lived in the house for years, only tinkering with small aspects of change, before they embarked on a large renovation. Since the house was essentially a simple “L-shaped shoe box”, Bob decided to drape a beautiful looking “gown” over it, with the use of sweeping roof lines and intricate detailing in the exterior trim. You can still see the old house hidden behind the new house design. For consistency, the roof lines were repeated in the additions. The clients’ maintained the upside down plan to take advantage of the property’s pond views. The high ceilings of the generous Kitchen area and Family Room provide an open feel and are perfect for entertaining. The first floor luxury Master Suite enjoys access to the patio outdoors, complete with fireplace.