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To take advantage of the dramatic view over trees and down a long slope to the water, we designed a long, one room deep, three-story structure sitting under a shallow-pitched metal roof. We inserted several “functional follies”: a bridge to the front door, an upper level lying screened porch, and a raftered, tree-house-like deck, replete with fireplace, peering through branches to the water.

The main level houses daytime / public spaces, and a secluded master bedroom suite. Guest bedrooms comprise the full length of the upper level, while the daylight basement houses multipurpose and storage spaces. Behind these rooms with a view, a more mundane tower of support spaces and stairs acts as a mooring, keeping this long red yacht from drifting away. 

photos: Dean Bingham