65 Beach Avenue represents a renovation done right in every possible respect. Originally completed in 1900, the home channels a more subdued elegance than its ornate, outbound Victorian predecessors. Smooth, rounded columns and simple pilasters are free from intricate engravings, tucked into refreshingly neutral gray shingled exterior walls warmed by a welcoming front porch, rounded bay window and dormers. The home’s more recent addition follows this sensibility, a testament to its truly timeless design.
A light-filled interior floor plan boasts all the amenities for modern living. An eat-in kitchen/family room flows seamlessly through the home’s lower level living space, with a breakfast area framed by glass walls, complementing transoms and a hearty stone fireplace. A cove-lit dining room and adjacent sitting rooms support formal entertaining, coupling back to the kitchen via a galley-style butler’s pantry. Upstairs, a master suite with tray ceiling includes a spa bath with double vanity and a spacious private balcony.
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