A Couple Unearth Pencil-Drawn Plans for Their Dream Home in a Fallen Shed

A Couple Unearth Pencil-Drawn Plans for Their Dream Home in a Fallen Shed

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By David Sokol / Photos by Paul Barbera
A chance discovery sets in motion a reverent renovation of a quirky Long Island home.

Chris Fisher and Blair Moritz were closing on a wonky, neglected weekend house in East Hampton, New York, in 2014 when they made their discovery. Amid the ruins of a recently demolished shed at the edge of the property, stashed between some windows piled on the ground, were the original, pencil-drawn overhead plans for the midcentury house. They were signed by Andrew Geller. "We were flying," says Chris.

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