The designers were very careful to pay close attention to Cape Cod style and details when choosing every aspect of HGTV Dream Home 2015’s front yard. Rather than a paved driveway, a traditional pea-gravel drive adds to the home’s New England style.
A rolling, manicured lawn slopes to the waterfront at this luxurious Chapoquoit Island, Massachusetts, retreat. The Cape Cod-style home features shingle siding, lush landscaping, ample outdoor entertainment space and water views from every room.
Traditional architectural details on this Newport Beach, California, home offer hints of Cape Cod, inspired by the homeowner's summer memories of Nantucket. Inside, deep earth tones, layered textures and relaxed furnishings soften the crisp white and charcoal framework and reflect the natural beauty of the surrounding harbor.
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.
This stunning waterfront property on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island offers water views from every room. The Cape Cod-style home features indoor and outdoor living space with access to sailing, tennis and beach activities. A picturesque red brick patio allows the owners and their guests to enjoy dining al fresco or to simply lounge outdoors and relish the beautiful views.
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.
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.