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.
Hedgerows, hydrangeas and a graceful arbor create a lush and welcoming entryway to this waterfront retreat. The Cape Cod-style home rests on half an acre of landscaped property and features water views from every room. Shingle siding, myriad gables and even a white picket fence combine to make this home a picture-perfect example of New England luxury living.
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.
A curving brick patio provides space for Adirondack chairs and outdoor dining at the rear of this Cape Cod-style home on Chapoquoit Island in West Falmouth, Massachusetts. The 4,400-square-foot house features shingle siding, peaked gables and water views from every room. Its manicured lawn slopes down to the water.
There isn't a bad view from this bayside home, but the deck above the driveway portico offers the best sweeping views of the property. A grass-lined drive leads to the detached garage behind the house.
This sprawling home on West Falmouth, Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island features a half acre of rolling, manicured lawn with lush New England landscaping. The home's peaked gables and shingle siding are hallmarks of the Cape Cod style. Every room in the 4,400-square-foot home features views of the water.