Taylored Architecture was commissioned to design a new boathouse with attached living quarters, much like many of the grand boathouses of the area's past. To permit these structures now the "living" element is required to be behind the ordinary-high-water line. The design is traditional in form, but boasts an array of modern ammenities. Two bunkrooms, a large bathroom, and outdoor showers were added to the design to create an old camp feel. The siting of the structure is such to maximize views of the spectacular Eel Bay sunsets over the Gananoque Narrows from the living area with the bedroom focusing toward the sunrise over the marsh. Project built by Steve Taylor Builder, Inc. Interior design by Lisa Limited. Photographs by Owen Hoffman Network.