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Beach Pretty House Tours-Hills Beach Cottage in Coastal Maine

Hills Beach Cottage was designed by Whitten Architects, this impressive cottage is located in Biddeford, Maine at the sits at the mouth of a river in Southern Maine.  A contemporary cottage was designed for clients who love to entertain and have fun. Whitten Architects Worked with the site layout, footprint, and foundation of an existing home, there goal was to preserve as much of the existing structure as possible, while creating flexibility for the homeowners to hold different-sized gatherings comfortably. We love the idea that they kept the private area (sleeping quarters) secluded from the entertaining areas...everyone wants some me time.  An open first-floor plan features a well-connected kitchen, dining, and living areas. A large music room with a grand piano alcove features French doors at both the waterside deck and south-facing terrace that allow the room to open up to the outdoors on idyllic summer days.

Beach Pretty House Tours: Lakeside House Overlooking Horseshoe Bay in Austin, TX

 A Contemporary Lakeside House in Austin, Texas is a great setting to entertain and a place a family can retreat to all summer long.  Sitting high on hill, this home is designed to please water lovers, a decked - out boat house with three boat bays, a fishing dock, an outside kitchen and bar. Modern Luxury Interiors of Texas says this structure makes it hard to resist nature’s bounty—it’s the crowning achievement of what could best be called a vertical summer camp.

Beach Pretty House Tours: Smitten with this Light & Airy Mediterranean House

This house reminds of the beautiful homes lining the Mediterranean with a modern twist, gorgeous windows by Lincoln Windows allows the house to be sun-drenched in sunshine, showcasing the beautiful interior created by Teresa Rowe.   This beauty of a house has a  neutral color palette which continues from room to room with white oak floors, white walls, reclaimed wood on ceilings and walls,  and natural stone.  House designed by architect Wilson Fuqua.