I love sharing the latest in New England real estate and this is a spectacular modern coastal masterpiece for sale in Manchester-By-The-Sea (the town in Massachusetts, not the movie starring Casey Affleck). It’s got big views, big style and costs really BIG money. Can you guess?
Interior design by: Meichi Peng | Architect: Adolpho Perez
From the real estate listing:
Love the openness achieved with the floating staircase and bright, light floors.
The heart of the home.
The double sided fireplace divides two main seating areas.
Love the subtile sandy beiges, greens, blues and grays in the color palette. The art work (though obscured in the real estate images for copyright reasons, I assume) looks like it complements the design indoors and the views.
The lines are clean, but the feeling is very comfortable.
How do you make a two tons of marble look like it’s floating on air? Light it up underneath.
What a place for a party!
- Total Bathrooms: 5
- Full Bathrooms: 3
- Half Bathrooms: 2
- Master Bathroom: Yes
- Total Bedrooms: 4
- Architectural Style: Contemporary
- Square Feet: 6,976
- Year Built: 2015
Click here for the Zillow listing which shows that the home is on the market again. Get out your wallet!
This house is similar (though a bit grander) to the modern coastal home in Truro, MA that I decorated a couple of years ago, which was featured in Cape Cod Magazine.
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2 thoughts on “New England Real Estate: Modern coastal masterpiece”
Holy Cow! I love the inside of contemporary. Not so much the exteriors.
Hi Linda! While I personally prefer a little more traditional myself, I actually love how well modernist buildings can fit into the landscape, when done right. I think this one works very nicely. I also really like how modern design can be so open to the views. Homes that are more traditional in design often are also more closed up feeling. But, between this one and the Truro home I worked on, I prefer the shingle cladding on the Truro home, which is more in keeping with our area.