234 Old House Lane is a partnership that was designed from the ground up with ease of partners in mind. It is located within easy reach of the ferry dock and has sweeping views of the marsh and intracoastal waterway.
It has rooftop level views of the impoundment.
While being situated front and center on the marsh.
The house was designed from the ground up as a partnership, so from the time you enter at the ground level, it is clear that each partner has their own personal storage. This is the garage locker area:
Partners use these for storing outdoor gear like fishing items and beach chairs.
There is also an elevator to all floors and an outdoor shower on that ground level.
On the first floor, you’ll find four bedrooms. The master suite looks over the wide marsh and the waterway.
There is a private bathroom en suite:
The views from these windows are spectacular:
You can watch the storms move across the mainland.
There is a porch on that first level that looks out over the waterway.
In the center is a laundry room and two bedrooms that share a jack and jill bath between: One is a queen room,
And the other has twin beds:
built-ins make it easy to store your things.
Each bedroom has access to the porch:
At the far end of the hall is another master bedroom, with porch access and private bath.
Upstairs is a gorgeous greatroom, with easy flow from the kitchen to the porches and back. And wow, what a view!
Cathedral ceilings give a sense of space and integration with the outdoors.
The kitchen can easily accommodate several cooks:
And beyond the kitchen is an incredible butler’s pantry, with an ice machine and separate counter, additional dishwasher and ovens, and a locking cabinet for each member of the partnership.
Off the kitchen, there’s a huge porch, with a breakfast bar overlooking the marsh.
As well as a larger dining area
And plenty of room to spread out:
Can’t you imagine watching the day wind down here?:
The stairs and the elevator both lead to the third floor with bonus room and several porches.
It provides extra sleeping area and a way for kids and teens to escape adult conversation. There’s a rooftop porch for sunbathing and celebrations.
What would you celebrate up here?
The decorators of the house have made tons of large and small choices to give you the constant message that you’re at the beach. Check out all of these coastal touches:
Outdoor lights that shine green and red along with the buoys on the waterway:
Big baskets to store your things:
transom windows over the bedrooms:
beadboard and shorebird photos in the bathrooms:
“found treasures” over the elevator: