This unique Fenwick waterfront cottage was converted from a barn. Using the original wood paneling, beams and ceiling, the house keeps the barn's essence of open space, charm and warmth. The barn doors are now storm doors for the glass sliding doors which open to a trellised stone patio with columns. A large open living room has a dramatic wood ceiling and is separated from the open kitchen by a counter. Beyond the family room is a bedroom, both with water views. Private stairs lead to the master bedroom suite, another staircase leads to two bedrooms with a bath. An outdoor shower is conveniently located to rinse off after your swim. The Borough of Fenwick is located half way between New York and Boston at the mouth of the Connecticut River. It is known for its privacy, graceful shingle style homes, links golf course, swimming, tennis and boating. The cupola at the peak of this home makes it easily recognizable and defines its charming singularity.