Second-Floor Balcony Pictures From Blog Cabin 2011

A 14-foot balcony visually expands the center hall, blurring the line between interior and exterior spaces.

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Trex decking paired with vinyl balcony railing will withstand harsh coastal weather conditions as well as attack by pests.

The balcony provides views south along the Mobjack and Chesapeake Bays. The owner of Blog Cabin 2011 will enjoy a front-row seat to Mathews’ changing seasons and weather conditions.

The balcony overlooks the backyard, where outdoor furnishings are casually placed to take advantage of the picturesque salt-marsh landscape.

The home is clad in fiber cement lap siding engineered to perform under tidal Virginia’s specific climate conditions. A baked-on color coating will stand up to both freezing and moisture conditions.

Wall sconces in a natural copper finish complement the home’s farmhouse style.

The balcony is accessible from both the guest bedroom and the master suite via recessed diagonal doors.

A 6x6 wooden structural post, clad in fiber cement siding, supports the weight of the roof and lends plantation style.

Blog Cabin 2011 is nestled on almost 17 acres of bayfront property. Fourteen acres are designated as protected wetland.

As the sun sets, views of the Mobjack to the west become more dramatic.

Blog Cabin 2011 sits on the edge of a peninsula, coined Twin Coves, that jets out into the Mobjack Bay and is cinched by two identically shaped coves.

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