Coral Cove I

Dana Point, CA

This style of this Coral Cove home has historical beginnings in the Northeast’s fashionable summer destinations such as Newport, Cape Cod and Eastern Long Island, while also having contemporary roots in West Coast seaside communities. The most ubiquitous identifying features of this home are the wood shingle wall cladding and roofing (often continuous); shingled walls without interruption at corners, asymmetrical facades with irregular steeply pitched roof lines and porches of varying sizes. The style is also dependent on the use of rich, high-quality materials such as wood shingles and trim, natural stone veneer and copper accents.

Front Door

The wall cladding compliments the style by consisting primarily of treated cedar wood shingles with accents of board & batten wood siding.

Dining Room
Sketch
Sketch
Front Exterior

This residence attempts to include all of these materials and a blend of traditional elements to compliment the architectural style while uniquely responding to the views and the site constraints of Coral Cove Way.

Outdoor Dining
Outdoor Dining
Rear
Kitchen Island
Living Room

The home takes advantage of the views at the rear of the site by incorporating large expanses of operable doors to frame ocean views.

Kitchen Island
Outdoor Dining


Project Stats

Size: Appx. 9,172 S.F.

Collaboration

Architect: Brandon Architects
Builder: Patterson Custom Homes
Interior Designer: Patterson Custom Homes

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