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Home of the Week

May 18, 2014

Extraordinary, one-of-a-kind house on Boars Head in Hampton, N.H.

Extraordinary, one-of-a-kind, south-facing, custom-built three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence perfectly sited on Boars Head in Hampton offers gracious seaside living at its finest. Grand size rooms, soaring ceilings, amazing architecture and woodwork are seen throughout. The seaside view inspired the layout and design by Ralf Amsden of Living Spaces LLC, Rye, N.H. With walls of windows and 100 feet of ocean frontage, this home embraces its fabulous ocean-side location and offers an unsurpassable luxurious lifestyle.

Watch the sun rise over the water from the master bedroom, dine under the stars on the sea porch, or simply breathe in the salt air while entertaining from the expansive deck. This welcoming home is perfectly designed for beach living. It is spacious, open, airy and filled with natural light that illuminates its distinctive architectural features and refreshing style.

While featuring every amenity imaginable, the move-in ready home incorporates beautiful Carlisle wide-plank flooring, Hubbardton Forge lighting, vaulted ceilings, custom woodwork, deep crown moldings, and designer fixtures by Barbara Barry, Kallista, Rhol and Grohe. A color palette that echoes crashing ocean waves gives this space a relaxed and soothing appeal of living at the ocean.

The open floor plan is wonderful for a contemporary lifestyle. The entire first floor is designed for seamless indoor-outdoor living that effortlessly link the indoors to the seaside location, wrap around mahogany decks, and manicured grounds overlooking the beach.

The gorgeous, custom-designed, Wood-Mode kitchen features both recessed and raised white cabinetry, Venatino carrara marble countertops, Walker Zanger marble backsplash, a six-burner dual-fuel Viking range with a custom zinc-coated copper hood, Viking wine fridge, Wolf warming drawer, Sub Zero Refrigerator and a Shaws original sink with Rohl faucet. There is also a walk-in pantry with marble countertops, backsplash and floor to ceiling custom cabinetry. The seaside dining area comfortably allows for large gatherings and opens to the covered sea porch.

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