REMODELINGWhole House Remodel
Over $1,000,000*

From traditional to timeless, this 6,586 square foot Port Royal home was completely transformed inside and out. Approaching the house, you will immediately notice the updated driveway design, luscious landscaping, fresh concrete roof tiles, and redesigned entry roof line. Open the elegant custom mahogany front door to see the newly renovated spiral staircase as the focal point of the foyer.  
The style of the kitchen was altered drastically by replacing the countertops, cabinetry hardware, and adding a fresh coat of paint to the walls and cabinetry. Located behind the Kitchen, the Family Room once felt dark and constricted but now feels light and airy, due to the updated ceiling design.  
The remodeled master bathroom looks unrecognizable when compared to the original design. The space is utilized more effectively now that the soaking tub is to the right side of the bathroom. There is even enough space to add a spacious shower to the left with a rain head, fixed head, and handheld. This new layout made it possible to create a new closet area for additional storage. 
The lavish outdoor kitchen was updated with all new top of the line appliances, custom cabinet drawers, and full height backsplash. New tile in and around the pool, plus an elegant cypress ceiling detail, and replacing the sand set pavers with porcelain tile throughout the entire outdoor living space equals a formula for a fresh, timeless, space to indulge in more than ever before. 
In addition to the many aesthetically pleasing finish updates, there were a number of structural and building enhancements made to this home. All the windows and sliding glass doors were replaced with Andersen 400 series and Windoor. The lanai is now protected with built-in motorized hurricane shutters and insect screens. A monumental task given the framing required to conceal all the tracks and motors, not to mention that we had to pour a concrete deck with footers where sand and stabilizer existing originally. We also had to contend with considerable amount of pre-existing water intrusion that was uncovered throughout the remodel, including a rotted out, termite-infested, second floor balcony.