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February 25, 2013
2011’s “Beach Houses We Love” is a perennial favorite. Here, we’ve compiled five more of our most popular waterfront homes.
Dining table window view of the beach

As a result of this cave dwelling being so close to the seemingly endless blue water, it has a distinctly no-frills vibe––but it’s hard to argue with the view. Photo by Gunnar Knechtel.

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Originally appeared in On The Rocks
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The kitchen is perfect both for eating and for doing projects.

Located along the rocky coastline of Cohasset, Massachusetts, the Hagerty House sits a precarious 20 feet from the shore. Photo by Dean Kaufman.

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Originally appeared in Walter Gropius, Hagerty House
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From the deck off the master bedroom, Eric Grunbaum looks across his front yard. Barbara Bestor designed the second story to float over the ground “like a cloud.”

From the deck of his home in Venice Beach, Eric Grunbaum looks across his front yard. Barbara Bestor designed the second story deck to float over the ground “like a cloud.” Photo by Ye Rin Mok.

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Originally appeared in Modern Surf Shack in Venice
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In this coastal home, two walls of floor-to-ceiling windows in the master bedroom frame expansive vistas of the Pacific Ocean. Photo by Robert Canfield.

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Originally appeared in Going Coastal
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Ocean view in modern home.

This home is located on Shelter Island––two-and-a-half hours from New York City, and accessible only by a seven-minute ferry ride––just enough, the home’s architect (and owner) Cary Tamarkin says, “to free you from the bonds of the city.” Courtesy Architects and Artisans. Photo by Bart Michiels.

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Dining table window view of the beach

As a result of this cave dwelling being so close to the seemingly endless blue water, it has a distinctly no-frills vibe––but it’s hard to argue with the view. Photo by Gunnar Knechtel.

Photo by Gunnar Knechtel.

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