Down a mile long dirt road, tucked in one of the most secluded parts of Shelter Island, this modern home claims some of Mashomack Park’s most impressive views of Coecles Harbor. Torn down and built from scratch in 2007, the 2100 sq. ft 3 bedroom 2½ bath house sits on the top of a hill with a freshwater pond on over 2 pristine acres.
Among the one of a kind custom modern home’s most striking features are the bamboo floors throughout the house, the stainless steel wire rail systems on the decks and inside, and floor to ceiling windows. Even more customized are the interior “dead lights” or skylights made of ½ inch thick glass in between the 1st and 2nd floors.
It’s easy imagining getting lost for the summer in this Shelter Island treehouse.
PHOTOS & DETAILS
2 bottom floor decks and one long top floor.
- Exterior siding is a combination of shingles and tongue & groove clear cedar.
- Petit Godin stove, soap stove, wood burning stove that spans from the first floor up.
Interior “dead lights” or skylights made of ½ inch thick glass.
- Pine floor in the upstairs loft.
- Floor to ceiling Pella brand windows.
- Stainless steel wire rail systems, beyond is a view of Bug Lighthouse.