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Sea's The Day: 3 Homes With Refreshing Coastal Design

In these easy, breezy getaways, colors and textures reflecting the seaside’s surf, sand, and sky impart a relaxing and relaxed coastal aesthetic that epitomizes summer.

Delightful Hamptons Gem


Rylan Jacka | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Hampton Brokerage

This delightfully inviting four-bedroom home enjoys the peaceful privacy of a quiet, secluded location on a flag lot enveloped by reserve land near Amagansett. Blues, greens, and rustic browns echo the wooded surroundings, the vibrant flora, and the waters off bucolic Louse Point Beach and the Barnes Landing Association’s own sandy shoreline, only moments away. Outdoor living is effortless thanks to an emerald lawn, tasteful landscaping, an alfresco dining area, and a heated infinity-edge pool with a sun shelf.

Cape Cod Charmer

 
Gene Orloff | Sotheby’s International Realty – Osterville Brokerage

A feeling of loftiness and light pervades this charming 4,530-square-foot home in the Willowbend community. The open floor plan features a kitchen with Viking appliances and quartz countertops, a dining area, a relaxing family room, a welcoming living room, a game room, and five bedrooms. Abundant windows and glass doors admit a lovely glow, and spaces flow directly to a deck overlooking impressively green grounds. Pops of blue throughout the classically coastal interiors serve as a reminder of the water, mere moments away.

Oceanfront Aerie

 
Houghton HyattMaureen McDermut | Sotheby’s International Realty – Montecito – Coast Village Road Brokerage

Blue sky and the majestic Pacific provide a mesmerizing backdrop for this enchanting single-level Spanish-inspired adobe home and freestanding guesthouse, which are perched high on a bluff above the Santa Barbara shoreline. Stylishly serene natural neutral materials and hues, vaulted ceilings, and abundant natural light contribute to the coastal ambience. A verandah and lush lawn encourage enjoyment of sunset, water, and island views. A shared private path leads directly to the beach and some 100 feet of unobstructed ocean frontage.

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