This beautiful custom home in West Knoxville showcases traditional Low Country style with modern finishes and materials. It has abundant windows and doors and a large shaded porch, rough sawn beams, and bead board accents that give this home a timeless feel.
Low Country Style
With abundant windows and doors and a large shaded porch, the distinctive features of Low Country style are present in this beautiful custom home.
Classic architectural features like sand & finish hardwood floors, rough sawn beams, brick fireplace, and bead board accents give the home a timeless feel.
More Than Parking
Lancaster style custom wood garage doors provide more than just space, they add serious curb appeal, which perfectly suits the low country architecture of the home.
Low Country Kitchen
Practical, simple, and understated, yet still elegant - the kitchen feels like it has evolved over time.
Domestic and functional architecture provides a lesson in how solid ideas stand the test of time.
Old World Charm
Upscale fixtures and appliances, Cambria Quartz countertops, and nautical touches in paint and decor give the home an on-trend old world charm.
Soak It In
Chrome plumbing fixtures, a retro-styled freestanding bathtub and bead board wainscoting in the master bath add to the timeless elegance of the home.
The airy master bath is loaded with natural light and balanced with today’s modern luxury features, like heated tile floors, and a zero entry shower with a frameless glass enclosure.
The style and beauty in details accent a kitchen that's built for use, a warm place to make a home-cooked Southern dish.
The farmhouse estate at Hickory Creek is a modern farmhouse featuring luxury vinyl plank flooring, shiplap, floating shelves and brushed brass fixtures. Details include furniture style vanities, brick fireplace, quartz countertops and vintage doors throughout.
The Leighton by Sater Design Collection was redesigned for a narrow lot by repositioning the three-car garage. The custom home’s elegant British Colonial exterior gives way to a far more contemporary interior: streamlined cabinetry and sleek hardware in the kitchen and a glass-enclosed elevator spanning three floors.
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