This shingle-style home in Dartmouth, Massachusetts on Buzzards Bay sits on ten acres of land on the tip of Mishaum Point. The estate is surrounded by water on three sides with breathtaking views in all directions.
Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, a lighthouse-like tower anchors the west side of the main house. A smaller guesthouse to the east with a gambrel roof and covered porches echoes the main residence.
A center hall connects the rooms on the main floor, from the long broad living room to the octagonal breakfast room.
The round library in the tower features a beamed and domed ceiling and a fieldstone fireplace. The tower wing has its own mahogany staircase with stone wall that connects the library to the lighthouse-lookout study.
The home features a classic New England coastal aesthetic with covered terraces and porches atop rustic stone walls.