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The Cotuit House Overlooking Sampson’s Island by Hutker Architects (PHOTOS)

The Cotuit House Overlooking Sampson’s Island by Hutker Architects (PHOTOS)

The Cotuit House Overlooking Sampson’s Island by Hutker Architects (PHOTOS)
December 09
18:54 2018

The Cotuit House Overlooking Sampson’s Island by Hutker Architects

Cotuit, Massachusetts, United States

Reminiscent of a bygone era, this classic 14,000 square foot shingle-style residence provides all the charm and detail you’d expect to see from a century old structure. In this case the home is just 17 years old, having been designed by architectural firm Hutker Architects and built in 2001 by C.H. Newton Builders, Inc. Locally crafted stained glass accent selected cabinets, transoms and windows. Each of the countless hours of artistry in wood required to create this home is backed up with decades of experience. The home sits on a 1.4 acre property overlooking a sandy Nantucket Sound beach and includes six bedrooms, seven full and one half bathrooms. Features include a formal dining room with fireplace and French doors accessing a sundeck, a warm and inviting family kitchen and a cozy family room with walls of built-ins. The property hit the market for the first time in February 2014 for $8,980,000 before selling in August 2014 for $8,000,000. Photography by Brian Vanden Brink.



















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