Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC
7 Reviews

Stonington Point House

This new waterfront home in Stonington, CT is a modern interpretation of the New England Shingle Style. The stone and natural cedar shingle coastal home sits on a spectacular site overlooking Fishers Island Sound and a tidal inlet

The design, a pair of one room wide shingled volumes and a single-story stone building tucks quietly into the waterfront landscape. The open plan kitchen, dining and living room span in between with double hung windows and a 16-foot wide mahogany sliding glass door framing the coastal views. Both the exterior and interior are highly detailed and well-crafted without excess or ostentation.

When the project was wrapping up, the homeowners couldn’t wait to tell us that their friends continually ask, “What style is this house… Modern or traditional? The answer is both, but most importantly it’s “their” style.


Project Year: 2017
Country: United States
Zip Code: 06378
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This Connecticut coastal home is a modern interpretation of the traditional shingle style. Natural cedar shingles and stone are combined with wood and metal roofing on this clean lined family residence.
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A modern shingle and stone waterfront residence on the Connecticut coast. A custom red cedar arbor and stone patio.
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Arched topped windows frame sweeping views of Fishers Island Sound from this white master bedroom on the Connecticut coastline.
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The design for the custom cedar arbor was inspired by tree branches. The arbor welcomes guests to meander down the stone patio to the waterside of this Connecticut coastal home designed by Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC
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Simple forms and clean lines distinguish this modern interpretation of the New England Shingle Style. The design incorporates traditional materials such as natural cedar shingles, wood and metal roofs and stone siding.
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The waterside of this Connecticut coastal home features arch topped windows, a deep covered porch and a natural cedar arbor.
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A custom cedar arbor and deep porch roof provide a shady retreat during the dog days of summer!
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An 18-foot wide sliding door with a screens opens this Connecticut coastal home up to the covered patio and views of the the ocean.
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This one room wide stone bedroom wing adds charm and scale to this modern interpretation of the New England Shingle Style home.
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A warm glow emanates from the banks of double hung and awning windows on this waterfront coastal home.
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This stone and shingle summer home is modern interpretation of the New England Shingle Style. Built a year ago, it has a permanant appearance suggesting it has been here for decades.
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