Coastal Craftsman: 2006 BALA Award Winner

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This second-home retreat near the emerald shores of Panama City Beach, Fla., caters to move-up buyers, empty nesters and families seeking a vacation home.

February 01, 2007

BEST ONE-OF-A-KIND CUSTOM HOME (BUILT FOR A CLIENT)

 

This second-home retreat near the emerald shores of Panama City Beach, Fla., caters to move-up buyers, empty nesters and families seeking a vacation home. Architect Bill Foley created this bungalow-style home with a Coastal Craftsman vision by taking key elements that shaped the Arts & Crafts movement and placing them within the home.

Exterior natural earth tones of cedar, brick and stone mix with authentic eave brackets, muttined windows, tapered columns and covered porches. Local craftsmen designed custom interiors with placement of cherry woodwork, chestnut floors, art glass room separators and custom built-ins found throughout the home. A barrel-vaulted ceiling extends across the main living room to the entry porch, highlighting the open floor plan.

Category: Best One-of-a-Kind Custom Home (Built for a Client) 4,000 to 6,500 square feet

Project Name: Oak Cottage

Location: Panama City Beach, Fla.

Designer/Architect: Foley Design Associates, Architects, East Point, Ga.

Builder: Group VI Corp., Peachtree City, Ga.

Interior Designer: Foley Design Associates, Architects, East Point, Ga.

Developer: Medallist Development & Hillman Properties, Jupiter, Fla.

Land Planner: Foley Design Associates, Architects, East Point, Ga.

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