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Point Monroe House Under Construction

Point Monroe House Under Construction

In 2010, we designed the Point Monroe Boathouse and accompanying Carriage House for a couple who lived out of state. The Carriage house was used as their base for summer fun when they visited Bainbridge Island. Now, the couple has retired and will be moving to Washington State full time.

As we designed the house, we were pleased to be reunited with Dave Carly of Carley Construction on this project, as the owners brought back the same team to design and build the main residence.

We took a difference perspective with the new house from the original designs of the other structures on the property.   The new modern structure will be bookended by the two shingled originals, with the Boathouse on the water’s edge and the Carriage House near the road,

The Boathouse and Carriage House boasted Craftsman details, the main house has tall and expansive Quantum windows and folding doors to capture the views.  Battered concrete pylons frame the entry door and canopy, blending the structure into the surrounding patio space.

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With three buildings on the property, have plenty of space for visiting family and friends to share in the excitement of their new home.

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