Crisp whites and shades of blue define a stunning early twentieth-century waterfront beach house. Completely rebuilt in 1999, the three-story home was redecorated by the current owners. A coastal design is carried throughout the nearly 2800-square-foot house in charming and subtle ways. The eat-in kitchen has a large circular table with navy blue cushions piped in white. The dining room has a casual beachy atmosphere created by black chinoiserie chairs on a striped rug and a large sailboat painting. The nautical theme is also reflected in the pair of brass and glass ship lanterns suspended in the living room. As an added bonus, visitors can tour the spacious two-bedroom guest cottage across the street. The cottage enjoys unobstructed views of Fence Creek and gives the owners the ability either to relax at the waterside or enjoy a peaceful expedition by canoe. Serenity abounds in this unique seaside home.
On June 24th, 2018, The Madison Historical Society's 6th Annual Tour of Remarkable Homes of 5 unique Madison Properties was held from 11 to 4. See flic.kr/s/aHsmiFnBoe for more scenes from this event.
(Photo credit Bob Gundersen www.flickr.com/photos/bobphoto51/albums)