The Rectory on Indian Queen Lane was purchased after it had been abandoned for many years. For the previous 100 years, before its demise, it functioned as the rectory for the church located next door to it. Despite its history, it had no charm or interesting architectural details. Due to the fact that the majority of the windows faced an ally and the side of the adjacent church, the house was very dark. To bring in more light, the entire back wall of the house was opened up by installing custom windows and doors. A clerestory window was installed over the second-floor doors to let natural light move throughout the upper story.
The house is painted with a unique custom white that incorporates rose and yellow hues and mimics the soft afternoon light that falls through the expanse of windows at the rear of the house.