The side entrance has the utility of a mudroom with its tiled floors, storage console and umbrella rack. A guest house to the east echoes the main residence with a gambrel roof, covered porches and shingled facade.
This spectacular patio offers up the very best in outdoor living: A cedar roof shelters the space from the hot sun or rain, but wide open walls keep the views on constant display. There's a fireplace for chilly evenings, a huge sectional for easy lounging and a long dining table for the ultimate al fresco dinner parties.
Blue and white give this breakfast nook a big personality. Nautical touches—lobster pillows and sailboat decor—fit right in with the waterfront surroundings. A glass-top table and upholstered banquette strike a polished note in the casual dining space.
A vibrant blue and green painting leaps off the wall in this bedroom, one of four in the home, where tans and white create a serene setting. The room is a good example of the layering of textures seen throughout the home.
A little color goes a long way in the great room, where pops of turquoise play up the coastal style of the waterfront home. Rustic exposed beams frame the space, which includes a pass through wet bar with arched built-ins.
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