Martha's Vineyard Addition

Situated at the end of a peninsula overlooking a tidal pond and harbor, this home turned its back on the water. The house lacked a master suite and a room where family and guests could enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the setting.

Working within the restrictions imposed on waterfront properties, we designed a room worthy of the site. The new great room soars with a cathedral ceiling and two-story glass wall. Douglas fir, sustainably harvested, envelops occupants in an amber glow. Panoramic views allow the owners to commune with the idyllic setting. The master suite is sequestered to the second floor, with a private balcony and a pocket window providing views into the great room. The addition is capped with a dramatic double-gabled roof, giving the home an expressive facade.
Martha's Vineyard Addition - Great Room
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“Windows” — crichards87
Martha's Vineyard Addition - Living Room
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“painting old rattan and having new cushions made makes these chairs relevant” — bularoo
Martha's Vineyard Addition - Master Bedroom
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“Floor to ceiling windows” — colmooney
Martha's Vineyard Addition - Water Side Elevation
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“Windows!!” — soupfor5
Martha's Vineyard Addition - Water Side Elevation
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“windows” — jdelh
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