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Beachside Properties We Love

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2011’s “Beach Houses We Love” is a perennial favorite. Here, we’ve compiled five more of our most popular waterfront homes.
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  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 KnechtelCourtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

    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

    Courtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

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

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

    Photo by: Dean Kaufman

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  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.  Photo by: Ye Rin MokCourtesy of: Ye Rin Mok

    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.

    Photo by: Ye Rin Mok

    Courtesy of: Ye Rin Mok

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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.  Photo by: Robert Canfield

    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.

    Photo by: Robert Canfield

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  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.

    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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