Five Fountains – 1 ½ Story - Traditional
Scenic beauty inside and out.
Designed as much to take full advantage of the surrounding views, as it is to make it part of the scenery itself, this home reflects Advance Design & Construction’s uncanny ability to integrate innovation and traditional design – with a pinch of modern aesthetic. From its two-story, windowed great room, to its main level master, covered deck and inviting patio, this home offer more ways to enjoy the sights and sounds of the adjacent fountains, ponds and natural setting.
Lineal Foot of Lumber
Square Feet of Glass
Tactile textures and tones create a rustic look that’s carried from the distinctive fireplace and entertainment center, through to the archways of its inviting entry. The detailing of the copper paneled doors offer yet another design element, while concealing the television and other media.
Warm and welcoming, this kitchen blends Old World elements that include an arched brick ceiling, copper hood and natural stone with a granite surround. The unique island provides ample workspace, seating and a round conversation bar.
Interior Dining Room
An ideal gathering space to share meals and conversation, with design details that bring warmth and style to the surrounds, including a custom art wall with metal accents and candles, natural stone fireplace and access to the covered deck with views of fountains, ponds and greenery.
- Referral Rate 90% 90%
- Customer Retention 75% 75%
- Communication Effectiveness 99% 99%
- Client Engagement 100% 100%
- Company Growth 40% 40%
The Results Were Amazing
Whether it’s marveling at the engineering that made a suspended walkway possible or the delight at discovering an unexpected detail or feature, Advance Design & Construction introduces you to a true integration of design and build, your individuality and our architectural expertise, and the successful solution between ‘what if’ and ‘why not.’
It’s the magic that happens when your home is a true custom build. When your builder is your collaborative partner. And when you look around at what you’ve created and say, “Yes, this was all worth it.”