Lewes, Delaware, is home to some of the most beautiful historic homes in the country. With that said, this house isn’t on the beach, but it is in close proximity to the Atlantic ocean. Rehabbed by Robert M. Gurney, this home has been totally revitalized and modernized without the original design being sacrificed in the process. A long row of rectangular windows were added to the first floor, overlooking the brick patio and pool. Glass has been added to numerous areas of the home, which allows more light to flow in. An elegant marble fireplace sits in a room surrounded by wood walls. Brown leather chairs and a dark wood and metal coffee table make this the perfect place for peaceful reflections.