This home was designed by architect Marc LaRoche and built by Fisher Construction.
The challenge with photographing this home is the inordinate amount of detail plus the fact that they didn’t use generic white trim. The black windows and dark trim are very stylish and beautiful but it can be difficult to capture on a sunny day because of shade. White trim always fights back! ha ha
These are all new photos I took of the home, because the landscaping is much more established – plus at first I was unable to locate the archived file from 2 years ago. Once I reviewed the old photos and compared them to these, I was really surprised by how much my photography has improved. There is a lot of detail in these photos of the actual architecture that I was unable to capture before because I was focusing on trying to show the house and the acreage all at the same time. Plus, I think I have gotten better at recognizing exterior details, as well.
Of course, shots from a distance are still important, to show the home sits on 2 acres of beautifully manicured property.
The home also enjoys a tree filtered view of Port Blakely.
The Bluestone Veranda is large enough to accommodate a small dinner party.
And it includes a wood-burning fireplace to make it extra cozy!
There are more photos of this home to come – som of the interior and some of the nearby beach access and waterfront lot that is available for purchase with the home.
Cheers for now!