Sneak Peeks: A look inside the first season of New England Living

Star chefs. TV personalities. Boating, cycling and horseback riding. Here are some fun highlights coming up on New England Living TV.

Hingham, Massachusetts

A masterfully rebuilt home that sits high on a hill with sweeping panoramic vistas of Hingham Bay, Boston Harbor Islands and the Boston skyline. Architect Brian Cavanaugh and the homeowners took great care in preserving the integrity of the home inside and out while also reworking the floor plan to improve functionality and take advantage of the light and views. Host Parker Kelley cooks with local chef Art D’Allesandro, walks the property with landscape architect Sean Papich and interviews artist Page Raillsback in her loft studio in Rockland.

York, Maine

The home of former “American Idol” judge Kara DioGuardi sits on 16 acres on the York River. DioGuardi, a singer/songwriter, record producer and music publisher, added paint, wallpaper and a good deal of art to this modernized farmhouse that she and her husband, Mike, purchased two years ago. Host Parker Kelley visits one of the couple’s favorite restaurants, Earth, in nearby Kennebunkport, where she joins executive chef Justin Walker in harvesting vegetables for the evening’s meal.

Camden, Maine

With the help of Phi Builders + Architects, Lani Stiles got just the cheery, open home she wanted for herself and her young son. Stiles, who moved to Camden 14 years ago, owns Megunticook Market, where locals come for everything from cold cuts and sandwiches to fresh vegetables, wine and cheese. Host Parker Kelley and Lani, who also runs a catering business, make lobster lasagna and crab cakes in the beautiful turquoise kitchen.

Bristol, Rhode Island

Retaining this home’s original bungalow feel was paramount for architect David Andreozzi, who specializes in historically based residential architecture. The home is designed with a nautical influence because the owners are highly regarded sailors. Host Parker Kelley cooks porcini-crusted tenderloin with homeowner Maria’s friend, personal chef Kim Hersom. In the quintessential waterfront town of Bristol, Parker visits Colt State Park with the homeowners, where she takes a spin on an electric Pedago bike, from Pedago Rhode Island, one of the top 10 dealers in the world.

Newtown, Connecticut

Extensive stonework excavated from the property distinguishes this horse farm on 63 acres (35 wooded with horse trails) and its 1700s farmhouse, renovated and added on to by P|H Architects for the firm’s co-founder, Peter Paulos. Host Parker Kelley makes Raviolo do Ouvo with chefs Romelio Pauta and Claudio Quezada of La Zingara restaurant in nearby Bethel, and goes for a horseback ride with the homeowner, Paulos’s wife, Summer, who is a professional equestrian, and the couple’s four children.

Beacon Hill, Boston

Siemasko + Verbridge took charge of the major renovation and interior design of this five-story, Federal style row house built in 1828 and originally designed by noted architect Asher Benjamin. In this magical neighborhood overlooking the Public Garden, host Parker Kelley joins the homeowner and friends for the Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll and tree lighting, followed by a spectacular prime rib dinner prepared at the home by Parker and Davio’s chef/CEO Steve DiFillippo.

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