Built in 2007, the shingle style Cape Cod was designed by American architect Robert A.M. Stern. The home’s silhouette is characterized by two haystack gables, a tower at the west end and several beachstone chimneys. Wide covered porches wrap around the exterior of the magnificent home with waterfront views from three sides.
A new two-story extension was added to the house. The ground floor comprises the new dining room, kitchen, bathroom and guest bedroom. The second floor is a bright loft space that is used as an office.
The home draws inspiration from traditional Cape Cod architecture with a few twists of its own. The stacked stone veneer adds a rustic element to the facade, while decorative window trim makes up for the absence of shutters.
Exterior of Brentwood Home With Baby Blue Wood Siding
Dare to dream with this Brentwood home designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, beginning with its exterior--a unique beauty in blue and white. Rustic wood siding painted in baby blue, immediately call to mind a seaside resort, where one can while away the hours reading, relaxing and enjoying the view. The outside of this home offers a sneak peak to the colors found inside, with blue and purple playing their parts throughout the space.
Situated on the bluff overlooking the sailing and ski town of Harbor Springs, Michigan, this stunning home features architecture that is responsive both to the views and the 100-year-old cottages that line the street.
This picturesque home features a brown wood shingle exterior with a slightly red hue, a perfect accent to the gray rooftop and rust colored front door. A three-car garage provides ample space for stowing away vehicles, while perfectly manicured landscaping completes the grand overall look of the estate.
The yellow front door creates a stunning visual contrast against the blue Cape Cod home. A small deck features built-in bench seating, while a paver walkway leads through the flower beds around the back of the house.
A slate tile walkway leads up to a charming Cape Cod-style house with loads of charm. Traditional gables and columns set the tone for the home's classic interiors, while a red front door beckons to guests and creates a fun focal point.