A 19-metre long deck fronts nearly 15 metres of windows that take full advantage of passive solar in all seasons. The Adirondack chairs are made from recycled plastic.
Although it’s adjacent to the dining and living area, the kitchen’s drop ceiling and wrap around Corian countertop give a sense of separation. Recessed lighting and subdued knobs and handles on cupboards ensure clean lines and an uncluttered look.
The fireplace is a self-contained, precast unit that doesn’t need a screen. Not only does it hold the heat but it also has a strong draught to prevent smoke from billowing back into the room.
The master bedroom features full width windows with unobtrusive blinds.
Part of the “screen room” at the end of the beach house, where the family stores sports gear and accessories for quick access to beach.
Jaeger, Casey, Keith, and Teri enjoy the sun on the deck.
The boys love playing in the surf just beyond the tree line of their summer home.
A good stash of wood is conveniently located close to the entrance of the beach house.