Interiors by Brian Del Toro
Landscape Design by Horiuchi Solein
Photography by Nat Rea
Exterior and Aerial Photography by Elyssa Cohen
This home speaks to another era. Replacing a small ranch built in the 1960s, this home is as substantial as its location. Looking out at Monomoy, the Atlantic, and Nantucket Sound, the views are ever-changing and abundant. The home is no different. Full of details and different things to look at in all directions. The exterior of the home has elegant trim details and moldings. Tapersawn roof shingles accent the red cedar sidewall. The front door is a custom Mahogany unit from Western Massachusetts and is flanked with leaded glass on all sides. Entering through that door you are met by a wreath rail spanning all three floors on the home. Straight ahead you have views of Nantucket Sound as well as the opportunity to explore the mural that adorns the dining room walls. A sitting room is paneled with cerused and patinaed oak. Entering the expansive kitchen you look down through the arched banquet into the living room. There you will find slate tiles running through the oak floor with a basket weave detail. The color of the slate plays nicely with the pecky cypress coffered ceiling that has been oiled in a light gray. The floors of the home are wire-brushed adding to the texture of the home. Upstairs you find the Master bedrooms and his and hers offices suited specifically to their daily needs. The lower level has two guest bedrooms as well as a living room and exercise room. The walkout lower level leads to a bluestone terrace protected from the elements by the ipe deck above that runs the length of the home. Custom Chippendale railings complement the elegant architectural moldings adorning the exterior. From the deck, you head to the pool area and make your way to the Pool house which was designed to be a gardening shed. Polished concrete floors, paneled walls and ceiling, and oak benches create a place anybody would want to garden.