Low Country house on the marsh

This is a new home on a heavily wooded lot. 33 large oaks on 1 acre. We carefully integrated the new home and a guest house so we did not have to remove any trees. The owners wanted it to look like it had been there for years. We used the low country palette of design features, raised brick foundation, white siding, porches, red metal roof, dormers and created a tower loft with distant views to the ocean.
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“A lot” — molynch52
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“Front door only not surround” — curryj
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“Wood color contrasts” — Allyson Himbert
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“paintings” — Laura Edwards
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“house and metal roof colors” — ludwig456
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“matches dining fixture” — jbirdfamily4
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“rich color of wood” — 224ki
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Tabby (Oyster shell) concrete driveway welcomes guests to this house and guest house nestled in the centuries old live oaks.
“House” — sagetwilley
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View from marsh
“crows nest, roof” — fishsmith
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Paired square columns and a bead board ceiling give wonderful feel to porch overlooking the marsh.
“double columns close together--too close?” — kathymodeen
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