New Construction


Baird Residence, Ravenel, SC

The simple Plantation Style allows the owners a livable house that would work for everyday life with four children.  Located on acreage that truly gives a plantation feel, including a working farm complete with a horse pasture.  Classic materials are used in construction and include oversize brick to match historic brick, standing seam roof and high quality Marvin Windows.  The interior is simple with 4 rooms on the first and second floors with a wide hallway at each level.  The owners had access to their own mill, along with a cypress grove, and milled all the interior lumber found on the walls and the floors of the house.  The exterior porches are large enough for extended family and entertainment.   

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Parrothead Lane, Charleston, SC

Designed in a Transitional Style with the front in a traditional style and the rear contemporary.  Designed for entertaining and easy living for a family of four.  The house takes advantage of the height requirements which allows the clients to enjoy an amazing 360 degree view of the Ashley River and surrounding landscape, even though it was located at the back of the neighborhood.  The elevated home has a two car garage and a porte cochere that doubles as an entertainment space between the front and rear yards.  The entrance to the home is very private but as you enter the home it opens into a large Living and Kitchen space with a screen porch and views of the Ashley River.   


Maher Residence, Seabrook Island, SC

The house was designed in the Arts & Crafts Style that was popular in the 1930's.  A large porch welcomes you into a spacious entry which brings you into the Living Room, Kitchen and Dining.  Each space is designed to be its own room yet is open and connects to all living spaces.    The Master Suite is designed in a very contemporary Danish style, simple and efficient.  The high windows provide ample light which highlights the simple glass and marble selections used throughout the space.  Filled with details that are found during the Arts & Crafts period, from window selections to door hardware. The large front porch with oversize columns creates a shaded space to enjoy the outdoors on those beautiful spring and fall days in the low-country.