A lower pitched roofline and wall shake give this Craftsman style home a hint of Cape Cod. To make the most of the view, the home was built to maximum height. The raised panel posts, oval window, and veranda at the front entryway add individuality and character to the home’s exterior. From the inside, numerous oversized, clear glass windows draw your eye to a view of the ocean.
The simplicity of this two-toned kitchen is fulfilled using shaker style, light maple cabinetry, white subway tile, and understated quartz countertops. The crystal knobs glass and chrome sphere pendants bring a touch of glitter to the opposing, dark toned island.
The great room is centered around a warm, stacked stone fireplace, where a paneled wood chase runs upward to the eighteen foot high ceiling. The room is grounded on a hand-scraped, hickory wood floor, and balanced with paneled bench seating on either side of the fireplace. French doors and three distinctive windows draw your eye to the outdoor living space.
The formal dining area was designed to face South, and uses oversized widows to maximize natural lighting and open up the room.
The gorgeous shaded chandelier centered over the bed in the master bedroom makes this space noteworthy. Full, clear glass French doors and oversized windows enlarge the room and overlook the private deck and ocean.
The master bath pops with his-and-her maple, black painted vanities and contrasting quartz countertops. The space is centred around a freestanding bathtub. Heated marble flooring in the ensuite and shower, top to bottom white tile, and a frameless glass shower bring the space together seamlessly.