Updating cape cod house
The existing house had 1,000 square feet on the first level that included a living room, two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a kitchen and a dining area.
The house also has a finished lower-level family room and a dormer level with a master suite.
The couple paid 5,000 for their home in 2007, and the addition, completed in late 2015, cost 0,000, including a master bathroom renovation, a new patio, fencing and professional landscaping.In the family room, Lynn took a classically nautical tack with a palette of navy and white.A striped rug in those shades, and a navy Ultrasuede sectional with crisp white piping, stand out against a shiplap-clad wall decorated with local nautical charts.When Silver Spring residents Amy Dibner and her husband Bruce Marshall expanded their small Cape Cod house to accommodate a larger kitchen and dining area, a sunroom and a patio with a landscaped back yard, they thanked their neighbors for living through the six-month construction period by throwing a midcentury modern party in keeping with their home’s aesthetic.Dibner and Marshall moved to the Washington region from Cleveland a decade ago, attracted to what they considered the perfect neighborhood: a cluster of small single-family homes nestled along tree-lined streets within walking distance of downtown Silver Spring.
Many Wampanoag people today are enrolled in two federally recognized tribes, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head, or four state-recognized tribes in Massachusetts.