Rent This Oceanfront Long Island Retreat Designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture

Posted On Thu, July 3, 2014 By

Posted On Thu, July 3, 2014 By In Architecture, Cool Listings, Getting Away, Green Design, Interiors, Places to Stay

East Quogue, a town located on the far end of Long Island, is littered with beach houses thanks to its picturesque oceanfront location. It’s the perfect escape for New York City families to leave behind the hustle and bustle of Big Apple living and swap their tiny apartments for sprawling vacation homes. Because of its location on a barrier island, that doesn’t hold true for this dune retreat, which meant the team at Resolution: 4 Architecture has to be as efficient with space as possible.

Dune Road Beach House designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture

Dune Road Beach House designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture

Making the most of every inch that zoning allowed, RE4A designed and built a 2,200-square-foot home that fit in everything the owners wanted. The modern beach getaway boasts four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large chef’s kitchen that makes entertaining a breeze.

Dune Road Beach House designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture

The best part? Since it’s situated on a long, thin strip, every room has breathtaking views of the water — to the south, the building faces the ocean and to the north, it faces the bay.  On the main floor, there’s a communal space with floor-to-ceiling windows that make it feel like you’re sitting right on the beach, while the rooftop deck — which bas both a fireplace and hot tub — has the stunning panoramic views you’re looking for.

[Listing: Modern Oceanfront Dune Retreat via Vrbo]

[Related: Resolution: 4 Architecture’s Joseph Tanney Talks Prefab Homes and Space-Efficient Apartments]

Want more design inspiration from RE4A? Check out all of their work here.

Images courtesy of Resolution 4: Architecture

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