Residential

Residential Projects

High Meadows House

High Meadows House

This two-story house in High Meadows is wrapped with cypress siding, decking and rails, along with a beautiful stone base. The cypress decking and rails were chosen to provide a chemical free touch surface that would be safe for the owners and their grandchildren. This 5+ acre site allowed for an incredible walk-out basement that includes a wood-working shop, craft room, fitness area and sauna. We took advantage of Superior Wall’s basement system to ensure a dry and insulated basement.

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Swan Creek Cottage

Swan Creek Cottage

This two-bedroom cottage was designed as a weekend getaway for a couple looking to escape their urban week. This 40+ acre site has allowed them to explore a new bee-keeping hobby and is a perfect setting for shooting sports. One of the design goals was to develop a maintenance free retreat that would allow the owners to enjoy their time on the creek without have to worry about typical maintenance concerns. By incorporating a standing-seam metal roof, aluminum clad windows, brick veneer and pvc-based fascia and soffit boards, this house is built to last and provide a maintenance-free...

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Roaring Gap Pool House

Roaring Gap Pool House

This pool house was the third project we completed on this property. It was a culmination of several years of ideas and evolution that ultimately resulted in a two-story solution providing a family-friendly pool pavilion on the main level and a new master suite with an unbelievable view on the second floor. Both levels have sixteen-foot sliding glass doors that allow the occupants to feel connected to the outdoor environment while enjoying their summer house in Roaring Gap Club.

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Mitchell River House

Mitchell River House

The Mitchell River House sits on 30+ acres with expansive river frontage and overlooks a beautiful pasture in Mountain Park, NC. This is one of our favorite projects, ever. The design started out as a simple gabled roof cottage that backed up to the woods. After a few months of working on the other design, we came up with an alternate solutions that everyone immediately fell in love with. The final design has a huge mono-pitched roof sitting on glulam beams that overhang and protect the 14-foot window wall from the rain and sun. A large stone patio connects the main house to the guest house,...

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Roaring Gap Attic Addition

Roaring Gap Attic Addition

Sometimes our smallest projects are our biggest successes. This shed dormer attic addition certainly fits that mould. The owners approached us to help them redesign a cramped attic bathroom and try to gain some additional storage space. When the design was complete, we were able to create two full bathrooms, expand a very small bedroom and renovate the existing attic bunk room. The results were far beyond the expectations.

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A Lowcountry Cottage

A Lowcountry Cottage

  This was one of the first houses I had the pleasure of working on in Beaufort, SC over 15 years ago. This started out as a 1,600 SF two-story cottage on a gorgeous lot at the end of a small island close to town. The property recently went on the market, and I was glad to get a glimpse of how timeless it has remained. The lot features have grown into what we had hoped and live oaks are still thriving.  

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