Inspired by early Texas German immigrants working with available native materials, this South Texas single family residence is Texas Transitional style utilizing combined elements of stone, stucco, painted wood & shingle roof.
Featuring open concept entertainment living inside and out, the design compliments the owner’s desire to easily spend time with family and friends. Located at the end of a cul-de-sac street, the entry is angled to greet arriving guests via a circle drive while the overall plan is laid out parallel with the property lines to maximize use of the property. The centrally located Great Room space opens directly to an expansive “L” shaped Loggia at the rear of the house. Featuring an outdoor living room, dining area and kitchen, the Loggia is positioned to embrace future spa, pool & guest house development.
In addition to the open concept public spaces, the three bedroom residence includes a luxury master onsuite bath & closet, hall bath with double bowl vanity, powder room accessible to both interior and exterior spaces, private office, over-sized utility work center and expanded garage.
The project is representative of the typical passion for well appointed, crisp & clean details the firm is known for. The anticipated completion time for this project is spring 2018.