With a beachfront location on the New Jersey shore, this transitional shingle-style house is emblematic of the ideal vacation home. The exterior is clad in stained Alaskan white cedar and stone, contrasted by a slate roof with freedom grey copper gutters and down spouts. Two large stone chimneys anchor the side of the house and break up the side gambrel roof lines. Along the beach facing side of the home, sweeping views of the ocean are maximized with wall to wall glass doors and multi-story porches.
The bright, open interior uses minimalistic trim and detailing with nickel gap tongue and groove cladding several walls and ceilings. The seven-Bedroom home features an expansive, open concept Kitchen, Dining and Family Room area with spectacular beach front views. The Cabana room off the first floor leads out to a patio with an infinity-edge spa flowing into a pool. Outdoor porches and decks offer ample seating and entertaining space with a beautiful fire pit and lounge area.