Round Hill

The unique site, 11 acres on a peninsula with breathtaking views of the ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views. Architecture and landscape merge as exterior stairways and bridges provide connections to a network of paths leading to the beaches at each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches such as a hideaway wine room and a nautically-inspired crow’s nest.

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to 16 Great Ideas for World-Class, Pocket-Sized Balconies20 October 2016

This balcony’s minimalist built-ins fit right into the roofline and provide a wonderful spot for sunning.

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Huffman Custom Homes & Constr. Inc. added this to CROWS NEST/ ROOF TOP10 January 2021

one area indoors and another out doors

Dan Kelly added this to Lake Home - Crow’s Nest11 September 2020

could some sort of outdoor extension be possible on the third floor?

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