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a dose of privacy while still maintaining an open, airy look, opaque glass barn doors were used for the master bath, master closet and laundry room.
From dated to dream home
Aside from their personal viewpoint of Cook Inlet’s Turnagain Arm, both Radine and Gary have developed a few favorite parts of the home that fit their lifestyles effortlessly.
For Radine, this would be their deck with a raised vegetable and flower
bed where she gardens while viewing and listening to the many species of migratory birds passing by. For Gary, summertime at their home proves idyllic for photographing the sandhill cranes, swans, eagles and other birds. In winter, their theater room “is the perfect place to photograph the ever-changing sunsets of Redoubt volcano and wind generators of Fire Island.”
The couple found their scenic dream home within the formerly dated walls of this 80’s fixer upper. “Having our own little sanctuary that does not feel like you are in a city is simply amazing and we feel very humble about it.”
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