What makes a transitional/contemporary home different than a colonial? Breathing room and lots of it. Breathe as you walk in the front door to an expansive foyer. Breathe as you walk up the double-wide stairs with lots of natural light from floor to ceiling windows. Breathe as you enter into an oversized mudroom, breathe as you look out from your master suite spanning the whole back of house. The designer envisioned "clean, crisp lines with a neutral palette balanced by natural materials" Using warm woods, metals, and natural stone, 43 Laconia provides a warm and comfortable feel within a modern space. She nailed it. With four floors of thoughtful living space, this home will provide a peaceful sanctuary for whatever you need. Home office or guest bedroom en-suite on the first floor or the third-floor loft area with three walls of windows and light. Lower level with extra bedroom suite for guests or au pair, along with large play space.