Type: Extensive Beach House Addition; Scope of Work: Two-story, five bedroom, three car addition; Style: New England Coastal Design; Location: Narragansett, Rhode Island; Year Completed: 2010
On the largest parcel on the Bonnet Shores of Narragansett, RI sat a charming home that was in need of an extensive addition renovation overhaul for its’ new homeowners. The existing home was not big enough to meet the needs of a family of five. Used as a vacation home, the small home did not want to have large spaces that would threaten its charming character or over develop the site. So JFF was set with the task of creating a comfortable scale for the new addition. A scale that would fit everyone in the family and include spaces that were functional and full of detail.
The entertainment room is small enough for everyone to gather round and watch a movie, while the living room is spacious enough to entertain friends and family. The sun porch flows off the kitchen and is perfectly positioned to block the morning and mid-day rays. In the evening it’s a cozy place to watch the setting sun. Each bedroom is spacious enough for each and every family member, with one doubling as a comfortable guest suite, and all bedrooms have at least one ocean side view. The master suite offers evening views of the spectacularly lit Jamestown Bridge, while the second floor balcony serves as a quiet and serene place to have a morning cup of coffee.
This home exemplifies how JFF approaches design work and the firm is proud to have been featured in the 2011 February issue of Builder/Architect magazine!
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