A modern remix on the great shingled beach houses of days gone by, this Mamaroneck coastal Contemporary boasts confidence and striking originality. The nearly 6,000SF home, conceived by architect Robert Keller, is set 100 yards from shore on a serene Orienta Point cul-de-sac, making an immediate impression even before entering through its unique octagonal foyer. Interior space is appointed with renewable bamboo floors, custom millwork, 10' ceilings and geothermal heat. An open family room with a Pietra Cardosa-clad fireplace flows to a stone terrace, sunny breakfast room and dynamic Snaidero kitchen, the latter hallmarked by sleek cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances. A bamboo staircase winds its way upward to sleeping quarters and—the tour de force—a glorious roof deck framing panoramic sea views.
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