Type the address of this Long Island cottage into Google Maps and a pin pops up in the ocean. In reality, a small swath of lawn separates the 1900 building from the edge of a massive granite cliff — a moot point, apparently, in mapping software. The home’s bird’s eye view is celebrated in room after whitewashed room, with compositions of blue and green filling wavy glass windows. Honey-colored wood floors and unfinished wood ceilings bring warmth and a detached writer’s cottage offers a picturesque spot to reflect on the glory of your surroundings.
27 Johnson Hill Lane, Long Island