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Ocean Street, Cannon Beach

Posted on July 26th, by raskin in Renovations. Comments Off on Ocean Street, Cannon Beach

This house was a renovation of a 1910 beach house I did a few years back. The basic lines of the house were kept but we enlarged the windows in the dormer and redid the porch that had been heavily modified in the 1970s. The interiors were changed to create a larger kitchen. An addition in the back included a master bedroom and small garage. The northwest corner of the house is the now the dining room and we made the corner windows so they had a nice view of Chapman Point. We had to remove the fireplace by Bartl (the mason who did most of the fireplaces in Cannon Beach in the day) since it had deteriorated too much to save. Beth Holland did the landscape. Mike Capper and his son Jeremy did the renovation.

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