House details and character

During the day, natural light peeks and pours in through ceiling-high wooden doors and windows. Little spotlights are cast on stubborn splashes of color, intricate metal knobs, cultural relics. The artistry of the house and its owner is evident.

Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Lauris Burns
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Lauris Burns
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
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The bedrooms

Each unique bedroom is brimming with personality. Most have immediate access to the veranda spanning the house, and natural light pours in through tall windows.

Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Lauris Burns
Photo credit: Rosalee P.
Photo credit: Rosalee P.
Photo credit: Alison L.
Photo credit: Rosalee P.
Photo credit: Rosalee P.

House interior

Skylights let the house easily breathe in the ocean air. The tall wood of the walls,  imported over a century ago from the United States, adds an element of the forest. In mornings and afternoons, natural light sets stained glass door and windows aglow. In evenings, the house can be neatly folded up for warmth and comfort.

Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle
Photo credit: Jessica Federle