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Artisan

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Artisan Home Profile

With views of Lake Bales, owners will have plenty of room to spread out and appreciate the abundance of glass and windows working to bring the outdoors in. Exquisite spaces designed with custom detail are on trend and elegant and showcase the authentic Lowcountry charm that is the hallmark of Palmetto Bluff.

Make it your own

  • SQ. FT.: 3,100–4,300
  • Beds: 3–5
  • Baths: 3.5–4.5
  • Neighborhood: Moreland

It’s all in the details

Handsome Detailing. The Artisan’s symmetrical front elevation creates an elegant presentation.

Water Orientation. Rear gathering spaces and living areas are designed to accentuate views and the use of Lake Bales.

Front and Back Dormers. Front and back dormers add authentic appeal and allow abundant natural light to fill the vaulted great room.

Tabby Stucco. The centuries-old, Southern coastal building material of tabby — historically composed of lime, sand, oyster shells and water — has been upgraded for more durable and long-lasting results.

One-Level Living. Artisan plan options allow for main living areas to be concentrated on the first floor with optional spaces above.

Refined Interior. An open-concept floor plan and oversized windows set the stage for a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living such as the screened porch, featuring refined finishes, an oversized fireplace and tabby flooring.

Natural Surroundings. Flowing trees and shrubs balance the formal entry with hardscape detailing.

Artisan Details

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Architect Note

“As a current take on Lowcountry vernacular architecture, we designed the Artisan to celebrate unique details within the framework of clean-lined, traditional forms. A rear-oriented floor plan with delineated spaces, transom windows and oversized doors celebrates the connection to Lake Bales with distinct views throughout.”

Amanda Lamb, April Murray Gray and Lydia DePauw Lamb & Gray