A Floating Farmhouse after, a sinking ship before.

Originally built in 1820, the Floating Farmhouse was on the verge of collapse when first discovered. Designed and renovated by Tom Givone, the historic manor home is now a study in contrasts; fully restored to its period grandeur while featuring purely modernist elements, including a curtain wall of skyscraper glass in the kitchen, polished concrete and steel finishes, minimalist interiors, and a cantilevered porch "floating" on the surface of the water.