A property represented by J. Pepper Frazier Real Estate.

While the exterior of this 1900’s Victorian beach house at 38 Jefferson Avenue received a complete historic restoration, the inside was given a bright, clean aesthetic and modern, hip vibe. The open spaces flow into each other and the rooms are defined by alternating white and natural wood wall and ceiling treatments. This would be a lovely summer home for laying low with family or hosting the best party on the block.

1. Furniture: Furnished with plush mid-century low-profile furniture lines.

2. Table: Custom bleached oak dining table has a soft silver hand-worked metal base.

3. Woodwork: Hand-cut, oak herringbone pattern is used on the dining room walls, the ceiling, and the bar with a warm, zero-sheen finish.

4. Light Fixtures: Dining room light fixtures are made from paper-thin ribbons of wood showing the natural grain that illuminates a room with warmth.

5. Floors: Floors are bleached oak with a matte finish to give a beachy, windswept smooth feel underfoot.

6. Fireplace: Fireplace surround is a gray/white Venetian plaster-like large scale tile set in the running bond pattern.

7. Cabinets: Raw leather pulls with polished nickel fittings on the bar cabinetry feels bespoke yet unpretentious.

Interior Design by Elisa H. Allen Design | Architecture by Emeritus / Matthew R. MacEachern
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