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The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

The Ridge House

Atop an isolated hill in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA sits this gloriously unconventional modern home by MGA | Marcus Gleysteen Architects

 

Spaces of this home extend out toward the cliff's edge, offering stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean below. 

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

Two stories of glass and steel frame the view, and a trapezoidal canopy shades the patio from the sun. 

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

A freestanding fireplace in the home's foyer makes a statement. The ultra-modern design is made of large, natural-cut boulders and stainless steel. 

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

The home was sustainably designed - the window system uses triple-glazed heat mirrored glass. 

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

The kitchen is a whimsical exploration in modern design, incorporating bold colors, patterns and shapes. 

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

Every room in this home has a gorgeous view of the outdoors, including the master bedroom with its sweeping vista of the forest and ocean beyond. 

The Ridge House: A Livable Structure by Marcus Gleysteen Architects

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