Looking for a soothing getaway? Check out this four-bedroom, five-bathroom house located on 15 acres in Kingstown, Rhode Island. The home is a reproduction of Andy Warhol’s Montauk estate Eothen, a collection of beachfront cottages that Warhol summered in for nearly two decades.
The concept was translated by Dennis Clarke of Clarke Custom Home Builders and brought to Matunuck, a coastal village on the south shore of Rhode Island. The property consists of two parcels that include a main residence constructed in 2004 and an older three-bay garage.
The Cape Cod style house has a white clapboard exterior with stone chimneys and a cedar shake roof. Dutch doors let in the ocean breeze, and the interior features wide board knotty pine walls and ceilings. There is also three wood-burning fireplaces, three gas fireplaces, a post-and-beam great room with cathedral ceilings, and four bedroom suites. Throw in the screened porch, lined swimming pond, and pergola dining area in the garden, and you’ve got a serene getaway with plenty of space to roam. Love it? 230 Metaterraine Avenue is on the market now for $2,350,000.