Today’s Feature Friday is really a good one! I found Sandra on Instagram a few months ago and was immediately captivated by her quintessential gray shingled Cape Cod home. She has a blog, but it doesn’t have a lot on there yet, so I pulled information from her page to share with you. I asked her if she would let me share her home story with all of you and she agreed, sent me pics to use and so here you go. The story of Sandra’s Old Silver Shed home.
After growing up in Yonkers, NY, Sandra and her husband, Phil have lived all over the world from Switzerland, to California and decided to raise their 22 year old twins, Nathalie and Gianni, on Cape Cod.
Since Mark and I visited Cape Cod last Fall, I’ve been totally gaga over all the charming New England houses we saw up there. They are so charming, their beauty backlit by the gorgeous scenery and landscaping of the area. Sandra’s house is super charming as you will see below.
From Sandra’s blog, here’s how the house came to be. It’s new, but looks old and they rebuilt the original house on the same footprint as the old. You can read more about Sandra on her About page:
In 2004, we bought an old abandoned Folk Victorian on Cape Cod, situated on a bluff overlooking Old Silver Beach and the Herring River salt marsh. After discovering the house was in total disrepair, we dismantled it and saved all we could. This is the story of putting it back together and what I learned along the way.
Prepare to be wowed by Sandra’s house as you take this tour! It’s truly stunning inside and out. I’ll make note of the rooms you’re looking at but other than that, I’ll let you enjoy the beauty of Sandra’s home in Cape Cod.
Back of house
Front door entry.
Oh my goodness, the hydrangeas are just gorgeous in Cape Cod!
So the leaded glass transoms are just amazing.
Library with original beach rock fireplace.
Farmer’s porch beachside
Sunset and how magnificent is that?!
Have a great weekend!