The couple hasn't yet moved into their new digs, awaiting sale of their house on Sherwood Road.
Dorsey concedes the new house probably has more of a masculine feel, but he's sure his wife will appreciate many features, such as the main-floor laundry room.
Actually, it's a one-story house, even though the large dormer gives the appearance from the outside of a two-story house.
The kitchen and living room are one open area with an adjoining room that will be Dorsey's study. Crossing a hallway into the private part of the house are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry room and a sewing room for Angela.
For Sinclair, the biggest challenge was getting Dorsey's vision to fit on the existing foundation.
As for Dorsey, he wanted to achieve three things: to make the house energy-efficient, accessible and ready for the end of the world.
Reach Rosalie Earle at ea...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5115.