The Veranda Home
Winner for three Bridge Awards at the 2014 Southern Home and Garden Gala, The Veranda Home project was converting a 2,200 sf two-story, traditional home into a 4,100 sf split-level, three-story craftsman-style home. The architectural design captures numerous craftsman-style details, including exposed rafter tails and cedar corbels and interior exposed trusses and tongue-and-groove ceilings. Nichiha shakes and fibercement siding cover the exterior. Floors are milled from antique heart pine reclaimed from Savannah Harbor. The baths are laid in Italian marble. Numerous “green” features include Icynene insulation, tankless water heaters, and high efficiency HVAC systems.The finishing touches were completed in 2014 with the addition of a custom designed 250 sf treehouse.
The Sheridan Home
This newly built, timeless European-style home has rustic appeal in all the exterior details. But once you step indoors, creature comforts from the modern era keep you here to stay. The home is graciously appointed with Viking and Wolf appliances, cozy and quiet with eco-friendly, energy-efficient insulation, and a 250-gallon saltwater tank for tropical flair. This beautiful estate calls you to relax and enjoy the zero-entry pool, hot tub, screen porch, outdoor summer kitchen, sprawling back lanai and a unique, custom wine cellar.
The Woodland Home
Traditional is at home with contemporary in this inviting 4,200-foot custom gem boasting a range of upgrades and hand-crafted appointments. A large great room opens to a showcase, gourmet kitchen, complete with Calcutta gold marble countertops, solid walnut island and dark maple floors with Sub Zero refrigerator and Miele appliances throughout. The driveway, patio and pool deck are built with reclaimed Chicago brick. Homeowners retire to a master suite featuring a morning kitchen, dedicated shoe closet and a master bath made sumptuous with limestone surfaces throughout.
The Lake Cherokee Home
What this new 2,000 square-foot vacation home may lack in scope, it more than makes up for in rustic beauty and pure authenticity. Overlooking serene Lake Cherokee, this home fits naturally, appropriately into the landscape. It is both a celebration of the outdoors and a tribute to Craftsman-style construction, appointed with special touches the homeowners insisted upon. Tremendous 12-by-12 hammer trusses support the roof with nary a nail. A multitude of windows invite the outdoors in. And paints and finishes were chosen from historic palettes. Even pieces of the brick and stonework were reclaimed from a beloved grandfather’s cabin that had burned years earlier.