The open plan is full of light, with large windows and doors to connect the indoor and outdoor spaces. Multiple seating areas are positioned to take advantage of different views.
For each interior space there is a companion outdoor space: the living and dining area opens to an entertaining porch; the master suite has a private curved porch cantilevered over the guest room terrace below; a grilling porch is just off the kitchen.
While the main house has an entire floor devoted to guest suites, the separate bunkhouse is all about the grandkids. The owners wanted the bunkhouse to be “rugged” and low maintenance, a rainy day place for movies or board games, large enough for entertaining visiting friends—a private play space the kids can call their own. The main house and the bunkhouse frame a big open yard with plenty of space for outdoor activities, lawn games, and lobster bakes.