We Want to See Your Favorite Classic Beach Houses!

August 15, 2016 | By | Comments (0)

We’re hunting for America’s best classic beach houses, and we need your help!

We want to see your favorite beach houses: the shingled Cape Cod cottages, the funky Malibu bungalows, the soulful Lowcountry beach shacks, whatever it is that makes your beach-house-dreaming heart sing! Send us a photo of your favorite classic beach house, and it could be featured in an upcoming issue.

Here’s how:

  1. Snap a shot of the exterior of your favorite beach house.
  2. Share your photo on Instagram and tag it #classicnow or send it to us at coastalhomes@timeinc.com with #classicnow in the email subject line. Be sure to include a little background about the photo: Tell us where you took the photo and why it’s your favorite beach house.
  3. We’ll choose our very favorites to potentially be featured in an upcoming issue!

Now, for a little house hunting inspiration! Here are the beach house classics that make our staffers’ hearts go pitter-patter:

This Tomales Bay, California, fishing shack that hangs casually over the water…

Photo: Liz Strong

Photo: Liz Strong

…This shingled all-American number in Sag Harbor, New York…

Photo by Steele Thomas Marcoux

Photo: Steele Thomas Marcoux

…And this zippy sun-and-sea front-porch sitter in Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina.

Photo: Betsy Cribb

Photo: Betsy Cribb

Do you have heart-eyes yet?

See more beach house classics in our September issue (including our 6,800-square-foot Hamptons Showhouse stunner!), on newsstands TODAY!

Happy house hunting, friends – we’re so excited to hear from you!



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