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Designing

Top of the rock

A Vineyard home has Caribbean flavor and views for miles.

Tall awning windows take up nearly all of this Martha's Vineyard home's wall space, to take advantage of the views. Tall awning windows take up nearly all of this Martha's Vineyard home's wall space, to take advantage of the views. (Brian Vanden Brink)
By Jaci Conry
June 28, 2009

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For water views, the top of Squibnocket Hill in Chilmark is pretty much unrivaled on Martha’s Vineyard. That’s where a couple from Darien, Connecticut, own a summer home designed by Phil Regan and James Moffatt of Hutker Architects. “There are 270-degree views of the Atlantic and Menemsha Pond,” says Regan, whose firm has offices in Falmouth and on the Vineyard. ... (Full article: 343 words)

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