SEE THIS HOUSE: $8 Million Coastal Style Home in Maryland
Waterfront South River Views
The coastal pad is situated on almost 2 acres of land, and has 185 feet of excellent South River water frontage, providing a unique riverfront lifestyle. Enjoy spectacular sunsets from the prime western-facing vantage point, which overlooks the river as it flows smoothly into the Chesapeake Bay. The gambrel roofs and capped oval windows on the outside provide an appealing ambiance, while the lush vegetation and stone rip-rap shoreline add to the property’s natural beauty.
About The Maryland Home
The home is a seamless blend of classical shingle-style architecture and contemporary elegance designed by Purple Cherry Architects and constructed by GYC Group. There was no expense spared in creating this exquisite retreat.
The waterfront property has 7 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. The main house is over 8,000 square feet making it the perfect vacation home to host friends and family. The home exterior has luxe finishes. It includes a cedar shake roof, shingle walls, and copper accents. The perfect balance of coastal living and luxurious details. The exterior design extends into the interior. Throughout each room, you’ll see rich moldings, woodwork, and/or built-in cabinetry.
The entryway of the coastal style home features a handcrafted compass. The space also features curved beadboard ceilings, built-in cabinetry, and bookcases—which evoke the essence of shipbuilding.
Get the Look: White Dove by Benjamin Moore
Open Concept Living
The home has an open-concept living. The dining room flows into the white kitchen and living room. It has a cozy area for a large sofa and other accent chairs. It’s an amazing house for entertaining and hosting summer dinner parties. The floor-to-ceiling windows and doors flood the home with natural light..
Coastal Bay Windows
The home features custom-built bay windows that have views of the river between the family room and mudroom. A perfect place to sip tea and enjoy the summer views.
The Coastal Kitchen
The kitchen design features layers of custom millwork and cabinetry. The kitchen even has a China cabinet that exposes the owner’s collection.
Get the Look: Gold Traditional Lantern Lighting Fixture | Light Lantern Geometric Pendant
The Walk-In Pantry
Everyone knows a kitchen design is only as good as its pantry. A walk-in pantry is a necessity. The country-coastal-style pantry has open shelving to put china and other home essentials on display. The curved shelving and cabinets are ideal for displaying heirlooms. Beadboard paneling adds seaside character to the interior of the cabinets.
Get the Look: Rectangular Platter | PORTMEIRION Birds of Britain | Crane Bird And Water Lilys On Grey Plate
Coastal Style Primary Bathroom
The primary bathroom is so dreamy with hints of glamour. The floors are polished Carrara marble with chrome cabinet pulls. The soft blue paint color is a subtle coastal hue.
Get The Look: Hampton 5-Light Chrome Shaded Chandelier | Single Sconce | Colorado Sky Paint Color
Nautical Bunk Bedroom
What kid doesn’t love a nautical-themed bedroom? The children’s bunk room upstairs has boat decor and custom bunks with portholes. So cute! The ultimate kid’s room.
Summer Home Backyard
How fantastic is this backyard? This magnificent property perfectly reflects the timeless qualities of a traditional shingle home with a contemporary twist.
History of Annapolis, Maryland
Annapolis is the capital of Maryland. It is located halfway between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. It lies roughly two miles from the mouth of the Severn River on the Chesapeake Bay. Puritan exiles from Virginia founded Annapolis in 1649. The town was known as Providence and Anne Arundel Town until being renamed Annapolis in 1694 in honor of Princess Anne. Annapolis hosted several significant events, including Congress meetings and Washington’s departure from command of the Continental Army in 1783.
Are Homes in Annapolis, Maryland Expensive?
According to Payscale, the cost of housing is 142% higher than the national average in America.
I hope you enjoyed this coastal home. It’s a fabulous inspiration for the summer season. Have any of you visited?