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On the Market: A Sleek Seaside Sanctuary in Hull

This 2019-built home nixes coastal charm in favor of contemporary-chic style.


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62 Holbrook Ave., Hull
Price: $ 2,250,000
Size: 3,289 square feet
Bedrooms: 4
Bath: 4.5

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.

Photo by BluLemonade Photography

Photo by BluLemonade Photography

Photo by BluLemonade Photography

Photo by BluLemonade Photography

Photo by BluLemonade Photography

Photo by BluLemonade Photography

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