architecture residential driftwood residence
Yachats, Oregon - 1989
To design and build a 2400 sq.ft. two level home with limited ocean views for a retired widow. To provide space for a live-in care giver.
To build in options for resale investment return. To provide comfortable well lit areas for reading, relaxation, and hobbies.
A relatively level, medium sized city site with limited ocean views.
CC&Rs allow for single story construction with a loft.
Virginia G. Chamberlin
D Holmes Chamberlin Jr, Architect/Builder
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The ground level features a Garage, Entry, Greatroom, Kitchen, Den, Master Suite, Guest Bath and two Bedrooms.
The second level loft surrounds and looks down into the Greatroom, and has ocean views.
Open to the loft above, greatroom is at the heart of the house and contains a generous open space with fireplace and a low-ceilinged
more intemate space for reading or optional use as a formal dining room.
Greatroom, Driftwood Residence, Yachats, Oregon, 1989.
The large Kitchen is located on the south side of the house to receive early morning light. The area features a vaulted ceiling
with skylights, a walk-in Pantry, a breakfast bar, and a see-through fireplace that is shared with the Greatroom.
Kitchen, Driftwood Residence, Yachats, Oregon, 1989.
The Master Suite
The Master Bedroom has partial ocean views and a skylighted bath with a deep soaking tub and separate shower.
Master Bathroom, Driftwood Residence, Yachats, Oregon, 1989.
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