This elegant country manor is located on Hilton Head Island, across from the mouth of the May River. A manicured garden entry welcomes you as you pull under the entry portico. Detailed wood accents and hand painted faux finishes decorate the walls and ceilings throughout. Warmly finished Hardwood floors greet you throughout the home on both levels. A wrap-around second floor veranda overlooks the coral stone pool and gives way to magnificent views of the river beyond.

This 4,000 square foot Wilson Village home is on the Bluff of the May River overlooking Myrtle Island. Entry to the home is flanked by 2 small garden buildings. This 3 bedroom home has 4 full and 2 half baths. Heart pine flooring in the foyer and throughout the home is accented by inlaid Old Savannah brick. The study boasts wormy chestnut paneling and the kitchen features shaker style cabinetry. Faux finishes can be found throughout the home including a hand-painted rug in the outdoor living space. Recipient of the “Best Overall” Lighthouse Award.

With careful attention to the natural environment, this contemporary home was tucked under the shadow of several sprawling oaks. Sleek lines, minimal casework, and a simple palette of muted colors are contrasted with the vibrant furnishings throughout. A three story radius staircase with open risers and a continuous handrails, winds up through the mezzanine perched above the home's large living area below. Large glass windows open to the pool and veranda areas where panoramic views of the Colleton River and ample sunlight can be taken in.

This Sea Pines beach home was designed and built with comfort and sophistication in mind. Each of the 4 bedrooms has their own touch of something special - from a private porch on the master suite, to a reading loft in the kid’s room, to the arched ceilings and warm wood paneling of the guest bedroom. Ample windows, a vibrant color palette, and multiple outdoor entertaining areas create harmony between the indoor and outdoor living spaces.

As the first LEED certified home on Hilton Head Island, this residence was constructed with a strong focus on energy efficiency and environmental design. The long list of green features include Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) construction, geothermal heating and cooling, low VOC paints throughout, renewable bamboo flooring, recycled Paperstone countertops, solar electric power generation from roof panels, greywater collection for flushing water closets, and rainwater collection for irrigation.

Situated on the edge of the Intercoastal Waterway, this home's views reach from the waters of the Broad River to the Hilton Head Island gateway. Local Savannah Grey brickwork creates a meandering walkway and stair approaching the radius mahogany entry door. Warm colors and wood coffered ceilings in the living room set the tone for formal entertaining. Unique touches include a hidden entertainment area in the sitting room and a hand carved wooden door to the wine cellar.

This private studio is tucked away next to the owner’s Sea Pines residence on Hilton Head Island. Making great use of the natural light, the building is designed with a floor to ceiling window facing a rear courtyard. In conjunction with vaulted ceilings and an open floor plan, the design allows the entire space to be graciously lit during the day, yet maintains privacy to the street side during the evening hours. Special touches include accessories designed by the artist and a handmade iron gate exiting the courtyard.

This home was designed to open up to the preserve with views of estuaries across the lake. Tall windows and open spaces filled natural light abound on the rear, while a formal covered entry and stone accents greet guests. Close attention was paid to ease of living and accessibility. An elevator allows access to the three levels of the home. Tile floors throughout the first floor create clean and even transitions between the living spaces with heated wood floors in the bedrooms. Rch mahogany cabinetry with soft warm light through the glass block create the countertop backsplashes.