This woodland retreat is a renovation project carried out by Sullivan + Associates Architects in collaboration with Rentschler & Company Interiors. The home is located in Edgartown, a town on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. This incredible property is characterized by compact, independent living spaces that are connected by a breezeway and expansive patio. The pair of pagoda-like structures were transformed into functional and stylish living spaces. Outdoor living spaces were also reconfigured to meet this family of four’s needs.
The architects also created a 600 square foot addition, bringing the total living space to 2,200 square feet. For the main house, two dormer windows helps to infuse the living room with natural light. This also helped make the second level feel more spacious. A screened-in porch was added downstairs to extend the living and dining areas. The master bathroom was given a modernized update, with the addition of an outdoor shower. Outside, a built-in propane fire pit serves as a family gathering spot, set between the living spaces.
What We Love: This fabulous woodland retreat features bright and airy living spaces and cozy outdoor spaces designed for family enjoyment. The concept of this home is perfect for a vacation pad, with a main house and guest house connected by a covered walkway. This helps keeps the spaces separated and private, while still closely connected for social enjoyment.
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Above: To help bring the outdoors-in, most of the walls are clad with horizontal shiplap. Reclaimed Western red cedar telephone poles were used for the ceiling rafters. An open concept living room, dining room and kitchen helps keep the main house feeling light and airy.
Above: A built-in movable wet bar features custom designed open shelving underneath a wire cable staircase.
Above: The kid’s bathroom is light and airy with a glass-enclosed shower.
Above: The compact master bedroom includes a custom designed king size bed with built-in storage.
Above: The guest home living/media room.
Above: In the main house, the doors of the porch retract and stack on top of each other, increasing the size of the living space by double.
Above: The pergola with a walkway that connects the main house with the guest house. An outdoor patio and fire pit deck creates the ultimate outdoor living experience.
Above: A bluestone outdoor patio provides a fun and inviting gathering spot that can be enjoyed by family and friends.
Above: Exterior view of the guest house.
Photos: Dan Cutrona Photography and Gil Jacobs
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