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Cantilevers make the house appear lighter and add visual interest, while rooflets shade the many windows to protect from the elements and from sunlight overheating the house in the summer. Photo by Durston Saylor.
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Cedar shingles and fieldstone lend a charming, beachy aesthetic. Photo by Durston Saylor.
“balcony on second floor (off master BR? Think abt morning espresso overlooking the marsh/LIS views..” — Karen Wynn
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The living space is anchored by a fireplace surrounded by fieldstone. Photo by Durston Saylor.
“super-tall fireplace” — Karen Wynn
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To extend the size of the house but still comply with building codes, porches were added that nearly double the size of the first floor during fair weather. Photo by Durston Saylor.
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Photo by Durston Saylor.
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Curving lines appear throughout the house: walls slope gently, arcs frame the doorways and center the rooms. Photo by Durston Saylor.
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This large open space encompasses living, dining and kitchen areas and offers magnificent views. Photo by Durston Saylor.
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The library was inspired by a captain's quarters. With its lustrous cherry walls and polished chrome fixtures, interior designer Raymond Forehand likens its feel to a luxury vessel. Photo by Durston Saylor.
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The curving stair anchored by a large newel post is the focal point of the Entry. Photo by Durston Saylor.
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Interior designer Raymond Forehand's interpretation of nautical throughout the house comes across yacht-;like. Wind instruments line the custom cherry marine high-gloss cabinets in the Kitchen. A portal window, found by the owner in an antiques store, is installed above the range, surrounded by a stainless steel Walker Zanger mini-brick backsplash. Photo by Durston Saylor.
“Arch” — lacable
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