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Only on the Cape! Five Feel-Good Scenes

A coastal garden with a touch of whimsy by Schumacher Companies

These settings capture the magic and mystique of the Cape and Islands, and the singular talent of its industry professionals. Wish you were here! 

Coveside Fun

Coastal outdoor setting by Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders PSD

Photo by Brian Vanden Brink

Family fun is always on the program in a waterfront setting overlooking the harbor and a rebuilt boathouse. Designed and built by Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders (PSD)

Fisherman's Hideout

Cedar boathouse by McPhee and Associates

Photo by Dan Cutrona

A just-the-right-size cedar boathouse, crafted by McPhee Associates of Cape Cod, is perched atop a salt marsh in Orleans.

Captain's Quarters

Nautical inspired teak office designed by Nicholaeff Architecture + Design

Photo by Peter Vanderwarker

With its teak and holly floors and ladder that ascends to a roof deck, this handsome office conceived by Nicholaeff Architecture + Design is a favorite port of call. 


Twin cottages give two couples privacy on Cape Cod, designed by Paul Weber Architecture, built by Rogers & Marney Builders, Inc.

Photo by Eric Roth

These interconnected twin cottages, designed by Paul Weber Architecture and constructed by Rogers & Marney, Inc., were created to give two couples privacy on a Hyannis compound. 

Top: A whale tail sculpture makes a splash in a colorful coastal garden cultivated by the Schumacher Companies.
Photo by Mitch Harper.


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