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Pinewold CottageBeach Style Porch, Portland Maine

photography by Rob Karosis

This is an example of a beach style porch design in Portland Maine with decking and a roof extension. —  Houzz
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Sms wrote:Aug 22, 2012
  • mindloon
    what is the porch material wood or composite
  • carrielutinscott
    What is the color of these shingles please? Thanks much as I don't see the answer.
Melanie wrote:Aug 21, 2012
tracilynne wrote:Jun 20, 2012
  • 23740
    This is such a warm, welcoming entrance. What a gorgeous house and a gorgeous view!!!
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    Whitten Architects
    Thank you for your kind comment.
rosedawg wrote:Mar 22, 2015
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    Whitten Architects

    The width is nominally 8 feet from house to edge of deck.

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    Butcher Drafting Service, LLC

    I'm not used to asking a question so I am "piggy backing" off of another one. I have a customer that has shown me this porch roof as a solution for their house. The low profile with shingles bothers me. What is the roof pitch and are you using shingles? Their roof will have to go lower than 3:12 and I am suggestions a metal roof.

Nancy Wolff wrote:Jul 31, 2012
  • beck321
    Has this question ever been answered? We are putting the window schedule together and I love these!
  • Cindy Lubke
    I was also interested in more information regarding the doors on the front porch. Is the interior door is a screen door? It is hard to see from the picture. nmwma mentioned it was a swing in screen door and the swing out patio door (double glass doors ). Beautiful function for a lake house or cottage where open air is desired. I was wondering if a sliding pocket screen door would work.
jlrbailey wrote:Sep 30, 2012
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    Whitten Architects
    Thanks for your question. This project was the complete renovation and refurbishment of an existing cottage. The wonderful wood porch columns were a part of the original cottage.
Pretty Smart Homes wrote:Jul 15, 2012
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    Whitten Architects
    Sorry for the delay. The exterior siding is eastern white cedar shingles. The finish on the shingles is a 50/50 mix of weathering gray stain and bleaching oil.
Crystal Hilliard Bedgood wrote:Jul 29, 2015
    Bea Buot wrote:Jun 29, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      sallyaugustin
      Design With Science added this to Designing for Pleasure: Savor Your Natural SurroundingsSep 11, 2013

      Create as many shaded outdoor spaces as possible. This home has porches on several sides. The people who live here can follow the breeze as it shifts during the day and fully experience the area's ecology. Having multiple comfortable outdoor spaces allows us to shift location as sunlight shines from different angles. It also allows us to choose among them, and when we can make choices, we're more satisfied with our experience in the space.

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to September Checklist for a Smooth-Running HomeAug 12, 2013

      11. Visually inspect the roof and gutters. Get up on a ladder or climb onto the roof (carefully!) and take a look at the rain gutters, roof and chimney. If there are sticks or leaves blocking the gutters, pull them out now — you can wait until after most of the leaves have fallen, later in the autumn, to clean the gutters out completely. Look for worn areas on the roof and patch them as needed. Tell us: What's on your home maintenance list this September?More: What to do in your garden now

      jewetta9
      Alex Jewett: Godden Sudik Architects added this to 7 Ideas to Get You Back on the Front PorchJan 31, 2013

      The front porch is just another limb of the house. It's important to remember that it can be used many different ways, and its use should be specific to your needs.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Wraparound Porches Have Curb Appeal CoveredMar 14, 2012

      When looking at this new traditional home, we can guess how charming the interior must be just by taking a look at its expansive porch. Crisp black details, lovely lighting, stately yet unpretentious columns and wicker furniture beckon visitors.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      rachelconlydesignllc
      Rachel Conly Design LLC added this to 40 PleasantJun 3, 2019

      Looking at combining contemporary cable rail with a traditional cottage. The cable provides more visibility.

      jillhoward
      jillhoward added this to Lake exteriorMay 5, 2019

      Wrap around porch with cedar shakes

      madjakeben
      madjakeben added this to exteriorApr 27, 2019

      somehow this captures the epitome of deirdre's dream home

      aboshea
      Amy O'Shea added this to FOR JASONMar 30, 2019

      Deck color -- light oak look to match our inside floors?

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