Maine Beach Cottage With An Industrial Vibe 

The location of this town offers easy access to city amenities with the smaller neighborhood feel of a coastal town.

Located on a  one-of-a-kind site, there was ample opportunity to bring the home closer to the front corner of the lot, allowing for a more secluded outdoor space in the back.

The house and garage act as a buffer from the street, giving the owners a private lawn space for them and their family.

The site-specific plan utilizes a main house body with a great room wing on the first floor.

The great room, with a vaulted double-volume ceiling, acts as the major first-floor living space to the south and east.

Upstairs is an open loft-like entertainment/office area with an adjacent bunk room enclosed with obscured glass, giving the room an open feel while still providing privacy.

The plan provides a beach house feel with large open spaces and lots of direct connection to the outdoors, while still providing cozy and private spaces for year-round living.

Since the house is for an active family for full-time living, the architects opted for durable finishes on the interior that can stand up to the wear and tear of everyday life.

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