This home, situated on an 80x88 lot in the desirable beach block of Stockton Place features minimal design in a simple space offering ease of living, and also offers a great blank slate for expansion. The building is situated so that complete privacy can be preserved with an added structure on the lot. Volumes of natural light during the day and moonlit cloudscapes at night are defined by horizontal mahogany window boxes in the bedrooms and a modern classic redwood-framed glass wall in the living room. The simple yet smart layout creates ample privacy, and natural materials serve well in this minimalist beach house. With a few well-placed mahogany lines on the white walls, this mid-century modern home shows at once its clean Bauhaus heritage and Zen-like calm. The house was designed by King-lui Wu, who was a student of Walter Gropius, the famous architect and founder of the Bauhaus School. It is an Asian-inspired, minimalist design that utilizes natural materials. The setting is pure Cape May: beaches, Promenade, an easy walk or bike ride to all that Cape May has to offer: shopping, dining, theater, tennis, boating.