Your Home: Cape & Islands In Bourne, a second home with space for seven With five active kids, ages 3 to 13, a family builds summer memories at this cheery retreat on Scraggy Neck. ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Dan Cutrona A sunny yellow island is the focal point of the Maguire family's kitchen on Scraggy Neck, in the Bourne village of Cataumet. Dan Cutrona Primary hues found in plates the kids (ages 3 to 13) decorated set the tone for the home’s color scheme. Dan Cutrona Dishware in primary colors adds pop to the open white hutch in the kitchen. Dan Cutrona Eager to create idyllic summers for their children, Amy and Mike Maguire of Hingham purchased land on the Cape in 2006 and the following year hired Duxbury-based architect William Lee to design the 3,200-square-foot cedar-shingle house. Dan Cutrona The large screen porch is a favorite hangout spot for the family. Dan Cutrona A bathroom features a cast-iron sink with no counter to clutter or clean. Dan Cutrona The four older kids sleep in extra-long bunk beds that leave room for growing.