A seafront property has been sought as an exclusive privilege for those who like to enjoy life in the charming of mother nature. Spurwink Retreat is one that was accomplished in 2014 to provide the best experience of the owner to enjoy the unlimited gift of coastal living.
Located in the coastal area of Maine, the oceanfront house project is very impressive as it can include the warmth of nature in a housing that will entertain the owners and friends as they will be spoiled the fascinating view of the sea in the whole time.
Built by Wright-Ryan Homes, the architecture of this oceanfront house took advantage of the surrounding environment as the point that should be exclaimed to make a distinctive retreat house.
The Sputwink Retreat is built in an area that was previously used as a saltwater farm on top of a rocky shore viewing the vast Atlantic ocean. The surrounding area is making the house to be designed in a semi-opened concept that employes many large windows so the beautiful view can be accessed from any room of this retreat house.
The design concept combines both traditional and modern style as it creates a vibe of a contemporary model which is iconic and different from others.
In both interior and exterior, the house is exposing a strong structure that combines woods and stones as it always perfect for a remote house.
This property is stretched in a single floor housing style. There are several areas of the house that are connected inside thus it creates such a structure that displays an exclusive remote house resembling a resort hotel.
As a retreat home, the Sputwink Retreat offers many advantages that can support family activity both indoor and outdoor. The developers saw that need so they brought up the concept to reality. It can be seen in every single space that is well designed and fully furnished.
In both interior and exterior, the house has a singularity concept that combines warm and spacious character. Every space is well crafted creating such a masterpiece in house building. This was common for a retreat house, but the details are very special to make this house won a design award back in 2018.
General Contractor: Wright-Ryan Homes
Landscape Architect: Richardson & Associates
Interior Designer: Cole Design and Whitten Architects
Lighting Design: Greg Day Lighting
Structural Engineer: Albert Putnam Associates
Photography: Trent Bell