322 N Bay Avenue – Mantoloking

Category
New Construction
About This Project

This four bedroom, three bathroom home designed by George Thompson Architecture is certainly a humbled attention-seeker. This home, completed in 2012, is finished with Hardie-Plank siding. The three A-peaks of the home add character to the exterior while the casement windows of the center peak add a sense of elegance and grandeur. A finished deck in the
backyard extends to the lagoon and is fitted with a dock.

The interior of this home matches the splendor expectations set by the exterior. The white oak hardwood flooring works well with the coastal-inspired interior decor and colors selected by our clients. On the main floor, the kitchen and living room compete as the main social space thanks to their unique and impressive details.

The simplistic white built-in that houses the television and fireplace would have been more than enough to complete the living room. However, the fine details of the built-in and its extension to the ceiling allow for a seamless integration of the conference-style ceiling into the space. Further custom woodwork can be found in the kitchen. The custom cabinets that are completed by our trusted Lancaster, Pennsylvania based cabinetmaker neatly frame in the stainless steel appliances. These cabinets as well as the tile backsplash add a nice touch to the design of the room. The kitchen is finished off with a contrasting colored island and granite
countertops. Of the two rooms, the living room seems to edge out the kitchen thanks to the built-in mini bar!

The character of the home comes from the finer details, such as crown molding and baseboards throughout much of the house, as well as the stunning stairwell. Casement windows are found throughout this stairwell, adding abundant natural light into the home as well as creating an open feel to the space. The master bedroom added a unique twist to “master”, as Milano Builders worked with the homeowner to craft a beam-style ceiling, completed with 1/6 v-groove paneling.