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shingle roof, corbelled beam ends, broadly overhanging exposed rafters, and wide display windows along the ground floor. The stucco-clad ground floor resembles lime-plastered coral block walls typical of early 19th


century Hawaiian missionary homes.


The Crow’s Nest, originally named Chris Craft Boat Sales 2515 Shelter Island Drive Built: 1957 • Architect: Robert Platt & Assoc. Exotic landscaping and a magnificent view of the yacht harbor complement this L-shaped vertical batten-clad Hawaiian Ranch House. Its wood shingled roof features canted gables, exposed rafters, protruding corbelled ridge beams and purlins, supported by knee braced reversed flying buttresses.


Nielsen Beaumont Marine Inc., originally named Mauricio & Sons, Boat Building and Repair 2420 Shelter Island Drive Built: c. 1965 A utilitarian blending of Mid-century Nautical Modern with Cape Cod and Craftsman style influences.


Pearson Marine Fuel Dock and Deli, originally named Baker Standard Marine Service/Gas Station 2435 Shelter Island Drive Built: c. 1962 Another hybrid, its character-defining features include an eye- catching abstract Tiki Modern style wood-shingled A-frame roof joining twin rectangular flat-roofed board ‘n batten boxes.


David L. Fraser Yacht Brokerage, originally named Gold Coast Anchorage, Yacht Brokerage and Naval Architects 2353 Shelter Island Drive Built: 1960 • Architect: Robert Platt While more characteristic of Abstract Nautical than Tiki Modern, it still presents a marine-oriented South Seas atmosphere. This can be seen in its centrally located A-frame roof, board-n-batten siding, triangular and square fenestration, flying buttresses, vent stacks, cleat door handles, and signage.


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