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Nestled in over 4 acres of woodland in the heart of Long Island wine country, this beautiful post and beam beach house was fully renovated to serve as the perfect space for living, hosting, and relaxation. The home features a bright, open floor plan,  multiple fireplaces, a large patio with an outdoor kitchen and grilling space, a sunroom, and heated pool. After years of being unoccupied, Re: Design Architects restored the original cedar shake siding, and transformed the interior of the house into a warm family environment that retains a decidedly coastal feel while avoiding the outdated features seen in many homes of this type. Carefully coordinated landscaping opened up the deck and pool area to increase light and maximize water views over Little Peconic Bay. The brightly decorated basement includes a pool table, full bar, and wine cellar. While some rooms showcase Rebuck's playful, modern style, others retain distinctly nautical and antique wood features to emphasize the house's sense of place between forest and sea. 

Southold, NY 

3,800 sq. ft.

Completed 2020

Photo Credit: Conor Harrigan 

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