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If you're looking to enhance your curb appeal, nothing packs a bigger punch than revamping your architectural design. Since it's the first thing visitors see, it makes or breaks your home's first impression — it can easily become the neighborhood star or the neighborhood dud. The exterior often reflects the overall style of the house and the family that lives there, so it sets the pace for the rest of your space. In the end, whether you have stone, wood, brick, steel or vinyl siding, make sure your materials, paint colors and overall design represent what you like and who you are. More
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Each room is tilted towards the view and small balconies off the dining and main bedroom provide a viewing platform towards the coastline. The family room opens onto the garden and pool area. Large storage tanks recycle roof water back to the toilets and laundry.
Custom ArchitectureJB Architecture Group, Inc.
An entry way sidles alongside the house on flagstones and decking, beside a tiered native garden and drystone walls
Sliding timber screens protect the western elevation. A private BBQ area shelters to the west away from the prevailing north easterly winds. The entry pathway sidles beside the building along sandstone flagging and a timber boardwalk with views of the sea.