This residence is a Southern Colonial themed home created with a unique thought process. The house sits on a 2-lot site overlooking the Brookhaven Country Club. Our clients wished foremost to capture a bit of their native Louisiana. Therefore, after a year-long planning process, the result is a home that projects the timeless authenticity of deep south architecture. However, it still incorporates the most up-to-the-minute sustainable building technology in an unobtrusive way. The key to this was the writing of “The Story of the House.”
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A large front porch captures the Louisiana-style the clients wanted.
On the side of the home is a more private porch.
A large private back patio is perfect for relaxing or entertaining.
Wallpaper and paneling help to personalized this dining room.
The main entrance to the home is into a bright welcoming foyer.
Details such as lighting, doors, and trim-work give this home an old southern feel.
The kitchen features exposed wood beams and interior masonry on the walls and floors.
Lighter-toned cabinets and natural light help brighten the kitchen.
A mudroom off the back of the house contains storage lockers, keeping the house less cluttered.
Photographs by Lee Grider photography.
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