On the Market: A Sleek Seaside Sanctuary in Hull
This 2019-built home nixes coastal charm in favor of contemporary-chic style.
62 Holbrook Ave., Hull
Price: $ 2,250,000
Size: 3,289 square feet
What do you get when you combine panoramic ocean views and streamlined, marble-adorned interiors? This ultra-cool dwelling that makes every day feel like a vacation. The current owners—one a New England developer, the other a Californian jewelry designer and creative director—built the four-floor home in 2019 as a perfect union of their East and West Coast sensibilities. Inside, it’s sleek and ultra-contemporary. Outside, meanwhile, it’s a more classic shingled structure that blends in with its beachy surroundings.
On the main floor of the home, a bright, open-concept kitchen, dining, and living area features a vast wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that look out at Nantasket Beach from just above the shoreline. For an added cozy factor, a tall, mid-century modern-inspired gas fireplace separates the lounge space from the kitchen, which is outfitted with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, including two dishwashers. To warm up the home even further, the white oak floors (not to mention the driveway and walkway) are heated throughout the home. Another mid-century touch: a rare 1960s chandelier sourced from a museum in Texas above the dining table.
Head up a glass-framed staircase to the second level, and you’ll find the residence’s bedrooms, and the sights—both inside and outside the home—couldn’t be any more stunning. The main bedroom, for instance, boasts a balcony, a marble-filled bathroom with a soaking tub and steam shower, and a dressing room that serves as a grand entrance to the entire suite. The room also showcases views of Minots Ledge Light (also known as the I Love You Light) off the coast of Scituate.
The crowning feature of the home, though, comes in the form of a rooftop hangout with plenty of room for kicking back. While the property offers gorgeous vistas from every window and from a beach-front patio, up at the top of the home residents can enjoy 180-degree sightlines over the beach in one direction and out to the Boston skyline in the other direction. The only difficult decision? Whether to take in the views from a comfy chaise lounge or the rooftop hot tub.
For information, contact Tara Coveney, Coldwell Banker Realty, 62holbrook.com.
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