loving this entire scene, peeking into the dining area is wonderful...who says galley kitchens can't be drop dead beautiful? Really love the no upper cabinets
Early Colonial Revival Architecture
House in Maine, ca. 1915: Its seacoast location, sprawling mass, and dark shingles connect it to the Shingle Style of earlier decades. But this house is more formally Colonial Revival with its prominent columns and balustrades.
The big idea here is the gazebo-deck, with seating built into the railing. The two octagonal platforms--one open, the other covered--are connected by a slender bridge and stair to form an elegant box seat for a calming water view...or a view of anything!