28111 Southside Island Creek RdTrappe, メリーランド21673アメリカ合衆国
6 部屋数3 バスルーム数一戸建て
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Maryland's Eastern Shore is a scenic landscape along the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, home to a rich variety of waterfront estates. This residence is an abstraction of familiar historical styles, designed by world renowned architect, Hugh Newell...
Maryland's Eastern Shore is a scenic landscape along the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, home to a rich variety of waterfront estates. This residence is an abstraction of familiar historical styles, designed by world renowned architect, Hugh Newell Jacobsen, FAIA. The home sits atop a gentle knoll, overlooking the deep churning waters that surround it, with nearly thirty private acres along La Trappe Creek. It is a supreme waterfront location with deep water access, and a large private pier. The estate includes a detached guest house, and hidden private driveway. Details include the oculus on two sides of the house, allowing the sun to move beams of light playfully around the interior. There are tasteful renovations and modern amenities throughout, as in the new kitchen, or the fantastic outdoor pool. Designed as a compliment to the region's aesthetic, adding inspiring modern architecture. This is a treasure that was thoughtfully crafted, and meticulously cared for.
Area Boat Dock
Deep Water Mooring
ビーチ, 川, ウォーター・ビュー, ベイ・ビュー, リバービュー, 市 / タウンストリート, Other Beach, Dock Rights
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