Classic Island Beach Cottage Exterior ElevatedBeach Style Exterior, Charleston

Classic Island beach cottage exterior of an elevated historic home by Sea Island Builders. Light colored white wood contract wood shake roof. Juila Lynn

Beach style white three-story wood house exterior idea in Charleston with a hip roof and a shingle roof —  Houzz
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glostanz wrote:May 3, 2019
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    The CMU piers are finished with a limewash; it takes several coats to achieve the look above.

jnguyen6 wrote:Aug 20, 2018
Lisa Collison wrote:Aug 7, 2017
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    These are true 3/4" thick, treated, tapersawn, treated shingles; each shingle is 18" long with 7" of exposure.

kriskprin wrote:Jul 19, 2017
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    Sea Island Builders LLC

    The color of the siding is Ben Moore's Super White. The color of the shutters is Sherwin William's Sea Salt - SW 6204. Please let us know if there's anything else we can do to help!

Jay Golison wrote:Sep 5, 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    Victoria Villeneuve added this to Elements of the Classic Southern PorchMay 14, 2018

    Raised above rising water. In low-lying coastal areas, elevating a house — along with its porch — on stilts or piers is another way to protect it from water and allow cooling breezes to circulate all around it. The International Residential Code, a model for local jurisdictions, stipulates that porches more than 30 inches above grade must have a railing.Exterior paint: Super White, Benjamin Moore; shutter paint: Sea Salt, Sherwin-Williams

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    Becky Harris added this to The 16 Most Popular Exterior Photos on Houzz This YearNov 18, 2017

    In reverse order, here are the top 16 new exterior photos that saw the most saves to user ideabooks on Houzz in 2017. Which one is closest to your dream home’s architecture?16. A Stylish Response to Extreme WeatherThe destruction caused by the major weather events over the past decade is making an impact on home design. Housing in many areas needs to be more resilient in the face of fire, earthquakes, hurricanes or flooding. In some flood-prone areas, it can be hard to insure livable spaces at the ground level.This South Carolina house design handled this potentially awkward requirement with such aplomb it made the top 20 most popular photos of the year, likely based on looks alone. The front porch, dormer windows, cedar shingles, double-sided staircase and railings are a recipe for inviting Southern charm.See more of this house

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    Bryan Anthony added this to Trending Now: The Most Popular New Exterior Photos on HouzzOct 10, 2017

    Raised right. Many of the homes located near the beach in Charleston, South Carolina, are raised on stilts to protect them from floods and storm surges. This classic cottage designed by Sea Island Builders is also raised, but the home’s architecture, double-sided staircase and some well-placed trees make the lower level feel more substantial than a typical home on stilts.Exterior paint: Super White, Benjamin MooreTell us: Have you enhanced the exterior of your home recently? Please share a photo of it in the Comments and tell us what you did!MoreTrace the roots of your home’s architecture10 Surefire Ways to Boost Curb AppealHow to Give Your Driveway and Front Walk More Curb AppealFind architects and designers in your area

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