sizable eat-in kitchen, four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a den. To create this big house in a small package, we drew upon the Cape Cod tradition with a series of volumes stepping back along the edge of the coastal bank. From the street the house appears as a classic half Cape, but what looks
room and kitchen are all open to each other, but defined by columns, ceiling beams and the substantial kitchen island. Large windows and glass doors at the back of the house provide views of the water.
Upstairs are three more bedrooms including a second master suite with its own fireplace. The extensive
of the kitchen was the subject of an article in Fine Homebuilding magazine.
weather. In the salt air, the white cedar will turn silver, and the red cedar will turn dark grey. The photo was taken after they had been through one winter.