Built by Mike Schaap Builders and with cabinetry design by Benchmark Wood & Design Studios, this classic shingle home blends traditional architectural details such as gambrel roof, an asymetrical façade, plenty of covered porches and an extensive terrace with water view.
The interiors of this gambrel-style home is truly timeless – gorgeous millwork meticulously embraces every space and the many windows seem to bring the beautiful outdoors in.
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Wrapped in comfort and privacy, the soft curved lines and sophisticated exterior millwork of this magnificent home represents its timeless architectural design and meticulous workmanship.
Windows are Pella, Vanilla Cream with Pine interior.
Exterior: Cedar Shingles, Beachwood Semi-solid.
Gambrel-style roofs are a favorite of mine. Isn’t it stunning?
Trim is smooth Cedar.
Roof is Asphalt, Owens Corning. Color is “Driftwood”.
Flower planters are Azek.
Soffits are V-Groove 3″ OC.
Exterior Columns: 14″ Resin.
Wouldn’t you love to enjoy the views on these chairs? The porch flooring is natural Bluestone.
The front door is custom raised panel, stained Mahogany with clear glass.
The home’s light and airy design complements its coastal surroundings.
A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace complements the vaulted ceiling with dark beams.
The vaulted ceiling with dark beams also feature tongue and groove paneling.
This Hamptons-style white kitchen feels private yet connected to the rest of the house. I love the small nook, perfect for snacks or your morning coffee, and the classic tongue and groove ceiling.
Lighting: These Bronze Clear Glass Globe Pendants are by Regina Andrew.
Countertop is polished Calacatta marble. The island features a French Ogee edge profile.
The polished white marble countertop helps to reflect light in this white kitchen.
This kitchen combines lighting finishes quite well. The polished Darlana lantern contrasts with the bronze glass pendants above the island.
A cabinet with a “pass-trough” arch separates the kitchen from the dining area. Countertop is dark stained White Oak.
Surrounded by window-seats, this dining room is inviting and features amazing views! Lighting is Darlana Linear Nickel Pendant by Visual Comfort.
The wet bar features oversized pulls and dark stained Walnut cabinets.
Isn’t this staircase with gray wallpaper beautiful? Flooring is White Oak.
Custom details make this space feel even more special.
The upper hall features an open loft with views of that extraordinary gambrel ceiling!
Benjamin Moore OC-56 Moonshine.
Located on the upper level, this enclosed family room features some incredible views!
A tongue and groove barrel ceiling drives your eyes to the outdoors.
How dream is that window-seat?
The cabinets here are lightly stained in a gray wash. Countertop is Granite – Polished Taupe White.
Floor tile is American Olean, St. Germain, Blanc. Grout is TEC 909 Sterling.
Tucked away for extra privacy, the opulent owner’s wing exudes all the serenity you could wish for.
Flooring is honed Calacatta tile.
The master bathroom features traditional elements that surely will stand the test of time. I love that circular window and its trim!
Countertop is Super White Extra.
Fixtures are by Rohl.
Exterior Stone: Belden/Fondulac – Custom Blend – Natural, Slightly Racked.
A screened-in porch opens to a patio with Bluestone flooring. Notice the beautiful stone work.
This extensive patio combines natural stone and concrete pavers.
The outdoor kitchen countertop is honed Herdwick granite.
An outdoor shower was conveniently placed by this private spa.
Cabinetry: Benchmark Wood & Design Studios.
Builder: Mike Schaap Builders.
Architecture: AMDG Architects.
Interior Design: Darl Grooters Ltd.
Photos: Ashley Avila Photography.
How are you feeling today? Things are good around here – good especially because the sun is shinning out there and I am planning on getting out of the house and go for a walk. Simple things, like going for a walk and be close to nature, not only makes me feel healthier but also closer to my goals in life.
Embrace this new day by making others feel better. Be kind.
We’ll talk again tomorrow.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com