Hello, my friends! I hope everything is great with you.
I am excited to share this new construction project. The homeowners chose their lot based on neighborhood and proximity to the lake. The lot was small with a very steep uphill slope and across the street from the lake. To maximize the views and challenging topography they went to Todd W. Reed of Reed Brothers design & build (previously featured here & here) for advice and a game plan. Reed Brothers design & build is well known in the area for taking the diamond in the rough on difficult lake lots and turning them into a well-polished finished product. Todd pitched the idea of a 3-story Charleston-style home with the main living areas being in the middle and bedrooms on top level. This allowed for all of the views to be over the rooftops of the homes that would have normally blocked the lake views. The lower level garage/foyer/stair/elevator area maintained the best access for entrance of the steep, uphill home site. The results turned out well as you can see in the photos below.
The home is located on a very steep lot, just across the street from the lake.
The driveway has an extra parking spot for guests or it can also be used as a patio, since you can see the lake from this area.
Belgard pavers: Princeton driftwood.
The exterior of this home features grey shingles, black shutters and stacked stone.
The shutters are pre-finished louvered black vinyl shutters.
Windows are Ply Gem 1500 series White vinyl.
Front door is Tucker, mahogany w/iron accents.
Patio is Flagstone.
This traditional kitchen is a show-stopper! Walls are painted in Sherwin Williams matching Martha Stewart MSL266 Cement Gray.
Cabinet Details: Kitchen- maple hardwood, miter doors – Savannah w/Addison bead, 6″ cove crown.
This traditional kitchen features a large island in the center with the kitchen hood located right across of the island sink. A wet bar is located on the left and a custom hutch is located on the opposite side of the room, close to the breakfast area.
Island Cabinetry: Savannah w/Addison bead, painted in Pebble Grey by Glidden (matched by Sherwin Williams).
The kitchen island also features a stunning display cabinet with Eclipse mullion doors.
Kitchen Faucet: Delta.
The perimeter cabinets are made by the same company, Covenant Woodworks, and the color is “Canvas“. Notice the beautiful hood corbels.
Backsplash is Quartzite slab.
This grey hutch and the breakfast room are located on the other side of the kitchen. Notice the coffered ceiling, painted in Benjamin Moore Cobblestone, and the family room on the right.
All trim is Sherwin Williams Pure White in semi-gloss – This is my favorite paint color for trim and wainscoting and I often recommend it to my clients.
The built-in hutch color is Glidden Pebble Grey.
Kitchen island countertop is Super White Quartzite, polished.
Edge Profile is 3cm Ogee Edge.
This wet bar is functional and perfect for baking — notice that practical appliance garage below the glass cabinet doors. 🙂
Hot and Cold Water Dispenser Faucet: InSinkErator.
Kitchen Perimeter Countertop: Nordic Black Granite, polished.
Wall paint color Martha Stewart MSL266 Cement Gray.
Laundry Room Cabinet Paint Color: Pure White by Sherwin Williams.
Floor Tile: Eramosa 12×24 Silver field tile.
Birdcage Pulls: Top Knobs.
Laundry room countertop is Silver Birch ½’ Corian with soft Ogee Edge. Backsplash is beadboard.
Beautiful cabinetry is also found in the master bathroom. Cabinetry features Miter doors, Colonial door style painted in Sherwin Williams SW 7066 Gray Matters.
Countertop is Carrara polished 3cm marble with Ogee edge profile.
The master bathroom’s angled shower is spacious without being overwhelming. I also like how private it feels.
Floor Tile: Herringbone Marble Tile.
Paint color is Tradewind SW 6218 by Sherwin Williams.
Swarovski Chandelier: Here.
Who wouldn’t love to take a bath with a view like that?! Flooring is 18×18 Bianco polished marble tile on diagonal.
Tub Filler: Delta.
Impressive lake views can be enjoyed from many places in this home, including the deck.
Cabinetmaker: Covenant Woodworks.
Photographers: Atlanta Kitchens, Joe Garcia & Todd W. Reed.
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