94 Angelica Avenue at Point Connett is not your typical beach house. Designed by Roy McMakin and his company Domestic Architecture, this year-round home has been carefully modernized over the last twenty years. A spacious screened-in porch spans the home’s entire length offering water views. The sunny front kitchen has custom cabinets and stainless counter tops, Dacor range, paneled Sub-Zero refrigerator and dishwasher. A wood stove is front and center in the dining room which opens to a sunken living room at the rear of the home with wall-to-wall windows and a ship-lapped vaulted-ceiling. The first floor contains 3 bedrooms each with closet. There are two full baths (one up and one basement level) with a nod to Roy McMakin’s playfulness where you find concrete and galvanized metal finishes. Follow a stairway down to a large finished basement-level room that opens up to the backyard with its own entrance and windows offering lots of daylight, a laundry room, TV/game room with sitting area, brick fireplace, a large sauna and a full bath. (Lower basement level could be used as a bunk room!) A woodsy green detached garage structure holds one car comfortably and also provides plenty of storage space both in the garage and in an upper loft. Hardwood floors can be found throughout with classic tongue & groove wainscoting in many rooms. This home has oil heat, central A/C (new), whole house dehumidifying system (new), and a whole house Sonos sound system. The property’s gardens have been designed and maintained by Avant Gardens. This is not your classic beach cottage. A higher level of design and use of unorthodox materials has raised this home to a whole new level of coastal living. In addition, the Point Connett location offers all the amenities of this desirable Association including beach/pier/ocean access, tennis courts and wonderful neighbors. Please note, most of the furniture in the house was custom designed/made by Roy McMakin’s studio and could be available for separate purchase.