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The Boat House
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The lakehouse came to life due to a planning constraint in the Lower Mill Estate community. The client wanted a living room with a large window overlooking the lake in the main house, but the rules of the estate's planning committee didn't
The lakehouse came to life due to a planning constraint in the Lower Mill Estate community. The client wanted a living room with a large window overlooking the lake in the main house, but the rules of the estate's planning committee didn't allow a large glazed area in the walls of the historic barn and
The lake house came to life due to a planning constraint in the Lower Mill Estate community. The client wanted a living room with a large window overlooking the lake in the main house, but the rules of the estate’s planning committee didn’t
“floating” — clarksgreenfarm
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Grange Hall
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Community building in a development looks great
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“I like the porch and roof pitch and lines” — dannlowe
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Black Banks Plantation
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lies east of Brunswick (the seat of Glynn County), south of Little St. Simons Island and the Hampton River, and north of Jekyll Island. The resort community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the Black Banks River. Known for its oak tree canopies and historic landmarks, St. Simons
Carolina, and Fernandina, Florida, leaving the island abandoned. After the Civil War the island never returned to its status as an agricultural community. The plantations lay dormant because there were no slaves to work the fields. After Union general William T. Sherman's January 1865 Special Field
roads, and a residential subdivision. Although the causeway had brought large numbers of summer people to the island, St. Simons remained a small community with only a few hundred permanent residents until the 1940s. The St. Simons Island outbreak of World War II (1941-45) brought more visitors and
“Gate greens” — Jen & Ken Stocker
Modern Country Lady
Potager or traditional vegetable garden
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10am-12pm Fruits and Berries: Planning, Pruning and CareDeep Eddy Community Garden300½ Atlanta Drive, Austin, TXCalling all green thumbs! Learn how to grow your own apples, peaches and berries at a free workshop at the Deep Eddy Community Garden. Learn about varieties which excel in the Austin area, and
“garden” — mrsahuja
Kings Chapel Community
Kings Chapel Showcase Homes
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Parade of Homes Kings Chapel Community Arrington, Tennessee Showcase by Agent, Master Photographer
Parade of HomesKings Chapel CommunityArrington, TennesseeShowcase by Agent, Master Photographer
Kings Chapel Community
“Color scheme” — Lisa Hennon
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
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My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity Ideabooks1,043 Questions3 “wood clapboard unless there is existing original masonry. Originally the Burrys were going to choose a red siding
Saltbox home sits on a small hill in the historic fishing community of Trinity in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada — population 150 in the summer, as few as 38 in the winter.
“Color” — brookegiesler
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
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This new neighborhood of affordable artists' housing incorporates a working farm and community gardens, using a design vernacular that respects its rural New England surroundings. Photo: Rupert Whiteley
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“eave trim” — ruffner
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Black Banks Plantation
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lies east of Brunswick (the seat of Glynn County), south of Little St. Simons Island and the Hampton River, and north of Jekyll Island. The resort community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the Black Banks River. Known for its oak tree canopies and historic landmarks, St. Simons
Carolina, and Fernandina, Florida, leaving the island abandoned. After the Civil War the island never returned to its status as an agricultural community. The plantations lay dormant because there were no slaves to work the fields. After Union general William T. Sherman's January 1865 Special Field
roads, and a residential subdivision. Although the causeway had brought large numbers of summer people to the island, St. Simons remained a small community with only a few hundred permanent residents until the 1940s. The St. Simons Island outbreak of World War II (1941-45) brought more visitors and
“House” — wildcatfever
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