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A waterfront view is not a matter of life or death, part two. It's much more important than that. On Sunday this past weekend, I had the opportunity to show clients a waterfront home designed by Wendell Lovett, designer of many significant Pacific Northwest houses. Philip Johnson may have designed the Glass House, Ralph Rapson designed the Glass Cube in 1974, Rapson's personal vacation home, but West Coast meets East Coast in this Wendell Lovett designed modern home.
In Huntingtown Maryland there is a best-in-class contemporary home designed by Wendell Lovett. Located on Hunting Creek off the Patuxent River, this home and it's modern design takes advantage of a hillside location and offers the homeowners views of Hunting Creek. Each window captures a slightly different view of the creek and the surrounding woods. Soaring spaces in the main living area are offset by more intimate rooms to the side and rear of the house. The angular spaces, along with irregular windows, unite outside and inside in a picture-perfect framework.
The living room, kitchen and dining area are on the front and left side of the home (remember with waterfront homes the front of the property is on the waterside and the rear is to the street). The master bedroom is on the left side of the second floor with a private balcony facing the trees and water. Each room in the home is unique, for example, the master bedroom while not square, takes advantage of the outdoor views. The second floor bath has a cylindrical shower stall with domed skylight. The den off the living room has a long low window for viewing the outdoors when seated. There are four bedrooms in total with two on the second level and two on the lower level, along with two and one half baths. The house is documented as a Wendell Lovett design in the Pacific Coast Architecture Database.
There are few sites where peace and tranquility can be found like that of Hunting Creek. While standing on the dock at the bend in the creek where the property meets the water, a Heron, a turtle, some fish flourished in the quiet serenity of the slow moving water in the morning sun. There are many affordable waterfront homes that offer creek, river and bay views but few offer the calm composure of this modern home and its unique location. Read Part I of A Waterfront View Is Not A Matter of Life or Death here.
If you are interested in buying or renting a home in Annapolis, Maryland or the surrounding area and want to tour any property currently on the market, or if you have a home to sell or rent in Annapolis, Maryland and want a professional consultation on current market conditions, please contact me at 443-994-8043 or e-mail me at email@example.com or visit my website at LiveInAnnapolis.com.
Stephen Howell came to Annapolis to sail the Bay in 1994. What he discovered was a whole new lifestyle. Ever since Stephen Howell has been successfully helping others make the most of Annapolis. You'll find that with the right professional by your side, you can Live the Lifestyle and Live in Annapolis.
Stephen Howelland Rocky (his lab-mix from the SPCA of Anne Arundel County in Annapolis) live on the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis, Maryland. He works in the Annapolis real estate market. His website lets people search the Washington and Baltimore metropolitan area MLS. Buyers can also search for waterfront homes along the Chesapeake Bay. His website has current real estate data on Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and Maryland.
Know your nautical etiquette? Then click the correct flag to connect with me socially! (Hint: L-to-R ... Golf=Google+, Alpha=Activerain, Tango=Twitter, Foxtrot=Facebook, Lima=LinkedIn, Romeo=Blog)
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