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Spanish Oaks Custom Home in Lakeway Texas, by Silverton Custom Homes
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Spanish Oaks Custom Home in Lakeway Texas, by Silverton Custom Homes
This Spanish style custom home with a Texas twist was built by Silverton Custom Homes, located in Austin Texas and designed by Design Visions of Austin. For a consultation, please call us at 512.267.3777 or visit us online at www.silvertoncustomhomes.com. Come see our homes in person, we'd love to meet
meet you at the 2014 Greater Austin HBA parade of homes in April.
“Shower Tile” — kirkibob
Canyon Creek Homes, LP
6 Club Estates, Hills of Lakeway, TX
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Winner of 2002 Star Awards of Texas Home Builders Association for Best Product Design and Best Interior Merchandizing. The adobe and limestone exterior of this custom $1.4M Canyon creek Homes showplace combines elements of Spanish and Texas style architecture, with the theme continued as you step inside
light fixtures and wooden furniture sprinkled throughout. The first-floor master suite features an over sized Jacuzzi tub overlooking a private courtyard, complete with a trickling waterfall and soothing rock garden. Stained oak and earth-toned cool stone floors complement the décor of the formal living
is the focal point of this spacious area, while two floor-to-ceiling arched windows view the colorful pool scape. The attention to detail makes this home stand out, from the wooden tresses built in to the cathedral ceilings, to the mosaic counters and backsplashes in the bathrooms. Stainless steel appliances
“lùùùùùn” — Varga Ion_Codin
London Bay Homes
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Cilento
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This particular Cilento model is a fully furnished, 2 story home with 4,164 square feet under air, this beautiful home boasts 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, Library, Club Room, Outdoor Living with Balcony, Sundeck and 2-Car Garage. Interior design by Romanza Interior Design.
Gate * entry Courtyard w/access directly to kitchen via french doors
“oh wow, spanish architecture” — Sophia Burling
Jim Boles Custom Homes L.L.C.
Tuscan Style Home by Jim Boles Custom Homes
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Tuscan Style Home by Jim Boles Custom Homes
Jim Boles Custom Homes - Tuscan style featuring private court yard, extravagant kitchen, custom ceilings and cabinetry, photographer Vernon Wentz.
Jim Boles Custom Homes L.L.C.
Spanish tile roof
“cool rock” — pamelahughes1970
Heritage Design Studio
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Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
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Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
Photographs of the exterior of the homes
Cheaper option to enclose a front courtyard
Photographs of the exterior of the homes
simmons home in southlake kaleidoscope
Spanish colonial exterior
“Cuppola, rounded room up top on left” — omniscan
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Stone Archways out of Reclaimed Limestone (Mediterranean)
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sales@ancientsurfaces.com A majestic ancient limestone archway on its own in your kitchen entryway or as a series of colonnaded courtyard arches is always prerequisite for any special home that wants to differ from the rest by being characterized as having an enduring historic value. We've provided many enduring
enduring stone portals and archways for decades to a network of small and discerning group of interior design clientele that have created the most amazing homes out of our unique antique stone elements.
Ellis Custom Homes LLC
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Tuscan Villa
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Entry Courtyard, photo by F Sanchez
Ellis Custom Homes LLC
Patio, column, courtyard styles
House to courtyard to casita
“Curved tecka” — bajapaul
Rick O'Donnell Architect
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Front Courtyard Entry
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hello Rick. The home is beautiful. What is the stone on the exterior?
I checked with the builder and the stucco contractor. This home was built a numer of years ago and there seems to be no specific records available. The stucco was a custom mix color at the time and they had only
Front Courtyard Entry
Front Courtyard Entry Rick O'Donnell Architect
Simple Mediterranean courtyard entrance.
Front courtyard
“Entry” — texasluz
Needs Curb Appeal
Does anyone have any ideas on how to make this entrance more appealing? The garage really dominates the front of my new house.
What to do with the front and courtyard of this 1961 house.
I just bought this 1961 modernish house in Houston. I want to improve the front of it and the courtyard to reflect that era, but in a contemporary way....
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