We completely remodeled this 6500 SF home on North Forest Beach.
As you enter the property, you will see a custom aluminum gate with loggerhead turtle copper inlay. The property line is surrounded by a 5’ masonry fence finished with Savannah Grey brick columns and tabby. There’s a butterfly arbor with water foundation and a custom bike shed.
Custom 7” exposure artisan Hardie lap siding with 2’ flair at apron of house.
All windows were replaced, resized, and relocated to maximize the ocean facing views from every angle of this house. They were special ordered impact windows. On the ocean facing window bump out, we used over 1000 pieces of PVC to make this custom detailing spec’d by Rick Clanton, Group 3.
The ocean facing decks enlarged and we used IPE decking material to update. Colonial style aluminum railing system with Chippendale details.
Everything is flashed with copper. Underneath of the siding we completely waterproofed with Henry Blue VP100.
The pool area was completely reconfigured, adding a large hot tub, sun edge and water feature. The pool goes under the house to a swim up bar to give a bit of shade. The pool pavers are an oyster shell inlay.
Off the pool is an oceanfront observation deck with IPE decking and cable rails. The beach walk over is made of marine grade posts, IPE decking, marine grade handrails with a nautical rope detail.
Once you enter the home, the foyer walls are made of reclaimed oak and 100-year-old barn wood from a barn in Upstate South Carolina. You will notice white shiplap wall details and painting tongue and groove ceilings.
New kitchen layout with large island, countertop to ceiling tile, new cabinets, and Cambria countertops. Antique pendants hang above the island.
The master bathroom was redesigned to incorporate expansive views to the ocean. New tile throughout the master bathroom, fixtures, vanities, and tub.