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Heartlands Building Company
Decks and Railing
outdoor living area includes a GeoDeck composite deck and a screen room with a stone fireplace.
outdoor living areas
Cynthia Karegeannes, Registered Architect
Candler Park Cottage
bathroom, a living room, dining room and kitchen space. The owners wanted to maintain the scale of the house, yet gain some additional living space by building a new upper level. I added three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry and a rear porch overlooking the City...all tucked into the roof lines of the
outdoor living space. This outdoor living space included a roof top deck and a 2 story lower deck all made of Ipe decking and traditional custom designed railings. In the formal dining room, our master craftsman restored and rebuilt the trim, wainscoting, beamed ceilings, and the built-in hutch. The quaint
laundry room. Throughout the home we replaced the windows with energy effecient double pane windows and new hardwood floors that also provide radiant heating. It is evident that attention to detail was a primary focus during this project as our team worked diligently to maintain the traditional look and
of this room the main focal point. The gold hardware provides a nice elegant touch as well. The style of this room blends perfectly with the rest of the home.
Lake Chatuge Custom Homes
huge game room is everyone's gathering place & the Guest Suite, added in 2004, has its own heating and air unit. The concrete driveway, dock, deck with firepit & sprinkler system were also added in 2004. Plenty of closets & storage throughout the thouse, a bright open kitchen and living room and the master
Extend your living area even more on the porch and decks as there is no highway noise, just the sounds of nature. Just minutes from town, you will want to see this one!
A. Slawter Architecture
Covered Porch Addition
outdoor living room and the kitchen to the side, the ceiling
outdoor living room
Mark A. Miller Architects/Builders Inc.
outdoor "room" 2) the balcony connects a rear stairwell entrance to the main public living spaces 3) balcony re-focuses the house to the open side yard prized garden of the owner, his passion. The balcony acknowledges and honors his good work. 4) The curve of the balcony is continued into the living room
room and becomes the curve of a soffit with hidden lighting. This creates an indoor/outdoor continuity making the house plus the garden become "the home". 5) The flow of the balcony supports the flow of the garden path below it and moves good energy through the garden space and home. Mark Miller