Linden Estates - Ranch - Mediterranean
Private oasis close to public spaces.
With an approach to design that integrates both the home and the lot, Advance Design & Construction created an open floor plan that captured exceptional views of the backyard pool and green space. And at the same time established privacy between the home and nearby public spaces and walking trail. Even its four-car garage is seamlessly integrated into an exterior that includes stucco, stone and tile.
Lineal Foot of Lumber
Square Feet of Glass
Keeping with the home’s Mediterranean themes, the stunning marble fireplace soars to the great room’s heights, with stepped down soffits and wrapped niches on either side to display unique art pieces. Segmented bow window reflects the pattern, allowing generous sunlight into the room. Stone tile floors with marble inlays beautifully complement the marble fireplace.
Marble inlayed stone tile floors connect living spaces within the open floor plan, with large marble columns supporting arched entries that visually define the dining room. Custom crafted iron railings are visible at the stairs, without interruption to the formal, yet modern and open design.
Old World Tavern
Again selecting natural elements, the design of this Old World tavern creates a decidedly different experience. Natural stone wet bar and arched openings feature wood reveals to add unique detail and warmth. Gently curved archways open to the media room.
- Referral Rate 90%
- Customer Retention 75%
- Communication Effectiveness 99%
- Client Engagement 100%
- Company Growth 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.”