Built in 2007, the shingle style Cape Cod was designed by American architect Robert A.M. Stern. The home’s silhouette is characterized by two haystack gables, a tower at the west end and several beachstone chimneys. Wide covered porches wrap around the exterior of the magnificent home with waterfront views from three sides.
An open concept kitchen and dining area keeps a beach-inspired palette with sand-colored cabinets accented by oranges and reds. Opposite the dining table, a large glass door disappears to connect the interior with a patio and sweeping ocean vistas.
A light-filled sun porch provides year-round access to the beautiful waterfront views at this charming Cape Cod-style home. The house, on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island, features water views from every room. In this space, paneled walls continue onto the ceiling, adding to the beachy-casual yet elegant vibe.
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.
A curving brick patio provides space for Adirondack chairs and outdoor dining at the rear of this Cape Cod-style home on Chapoquoit Island in West Falmouth, Massachusetts. The 4,400-square-foot house features shingle siding, peaked gables and water views from every room. Its manicured lawn slopes down to the water.
An arched doorway leads to the side lawn of this waterfront home on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island. Shingle siding, contrasting white trim and peaked gables are all hallmarks of the home's Cape Cod-style architecture. Every room in the luxury home features a water view.
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.
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