The New American Home™ 2008 fuses a traditional Plantation style with state-of-the-art technology. The house plan has 6725 square feet of living area and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. A spacious and amenity-rich master suite serves the owners, while a first-level family suite is perfect for elderly parents. An elegant study, flexible clubroom with a wet bar, craft room and family valet are just a few of the functional amenities found in Camellia Manor. The plan is designed with a slab/stem wall foundation.
Rich in detail, the exterior of Benichini features spiral pilasters, carved eave brackets and clerestory windows. Every room in this home was oriented to take in as much of the wide, rear waterfront as possible. The result is a home that embraces the tranquil views that surround it. Despite the grand and luxurious aspects of the overall design, ceiling treatments, warm finishes and thoughtful details foster an intimate and inviting feeling throughout the home.
This British West-Indies inspired luxury home design was created to capture long water views from the properties backyard. It features open flowing casual indoor and outdoor spaces to capitalize on the breath-taking views and tropical climate. The home features 32' of stacking french doors which totally open the Leisure Room to the Veranda beyond. The upstairs Study with it's exposed trusses and sunlit dormers make it a cherished retreat for it's owners.
The Seabrook's Cottage Style architecture is a reflection of the Old Florida styled heritage of it's island location. This is confirmed with it's galvanized metal roof, white colored trim, exposed rafters, and lattice accents. This home's waterfront setting was captured by our firm's thoughtful design solution in this luxury home plan.
The contemporary luxury home was designed by our firm in the 90's. It's distinctive site plan which was located at a turn in the river gave it enhanced opportunities to capture down river views. The strategic use of bold geometric shapes gives it it's unique modern design. Large expanses of floor to ceiling glass along with cornerless sliding glass walls make indoor-outdoor spaces barely distinguishable from one another.