$3,600,000 | Built c.1900 | 3,500 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 0.16 Acres
On the second level is the breathtaking open-plan main living area with its large fireplace. The dining room, living room and an over-sized gourmet kitchen enjoy a treehouse-like advantage looking out across the park and harbor beyond through an expanse of windows. The architects achieved a remarkable sense of scale and intimacy using detail and lighting in a dramatic, high-ceiling space that rises 24′ feeling uniquely embodied throughout the home. The key notes to this composition are flexibility, comfort and remarkable privacy sustained largely by the careful placement of windows and other architectural elements. The third level hosts two bedrooms, including the master suite with its large dressing area and bath. This is no ordinary space with flat ceilings.
The sculptural effect of intersecting dormers creates a series of dramatic interiors. The exterior of this home is an extension of the interior, an intimate outdoor environment that is private and serves as a magical place to entertain. A big bonus to the property is the separate 400 square foot studio building which lends itself to a variety of functionality as private retreat and entertainment space. Its pair of carriage house doors open to the garden, a seamless extension of outdoor living space. This is modern living set in an historic seaside village community. All within easy access to the town beach and marina, parks and library, post office and dining. This unique summer home is on the market for $3.6 million with Vicky Welch of William Raveis. Annual property taxes are estimated at $16,933.