Coastal Home With Stucco Exterior and Roundabout Driveway
This gorgeous coastal home features a neutral stucco exterior paired with a Spanish tile roof. Paver stones cover the roundabout driveway, while palm trees and other tropical plants dot the front yard.
As if this outdoor space weren't alluring enough, an accent wall with a TV and bar makes leaving nearly impossible. A metal chandelier draws interest to the textured ceiling overhead, while curtains can be pulled out to block the wind.
Perched 10 feet above the ground, this 600-square-foot deck, clad in durable garapa wood, is an outdoor extension of the home's great room and provides a cinema-like experience of the natural surroundings.
Refreshing blue and white accents bring a taste of the beach to this backyard cabana. Guests can take their pick of several plush white chairs and lounge, read or daydream about their next Caribbean adventure.
Waterfront views can be enjoyed from both the lower-level patio or the balcony of this coastal home. A wood dining table and chairs make for easy alfresco dining on the lower patio. Stone pavers that extend to the water are a nod to the rocky shoreline.
The newly built home is just as pretty from the front as it is from the back. Beachgoers get a view of the home's rear that features modern white lattice and a staircase that leads to the relaxing deck and pool area.
One of Cobb Architects' goals was to make this home feel as connected and low to the ground as possible while still achieving the appropriate level of protection above the high flood zones in Charleston, S.C. The home achieves this with a unique yet beautiful proportion that keeps it safe and protected.