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Our beautiful Beachtown Galveston home is now being listed with Dianne McDonough of John Daugherty Realtors.

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Tour the Beachtown Dream Home from 3 pm to 5 pm on Dec. 4th and 11th as part of a community wide open house.

Visit this home as part of the community open house.

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We had some great weather, clouds and sun over the past two weekends.  Such being the case, I took some new photos that really update  showcase how great this house looks against a beautiful blue Galveston sky.  Enjoy the slideshow and check out the updated shots in the gallery

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New Beachtown Dream Home paint scheme viewed from primary dune walkover.

 

Well, after days and weeks of consideration, we chose our exterior paint scheme and the home is now painted.  And we couldn’t be more pleased.  See if you don’t agee.   New pictures are now posted to the Gallery.    

Because we designed our home to match the look and feel of the homes you will see at Seaside, Florida, we went with a bright blue color scheme.  At first it seemed too bold of a color choice, however, we quickly realized that when the sun is at full strength, it tends to wash out the colors.  So lighter blues ended up just looking white.     

The colors are as follows:    

  • Trim: Lowes Anthem White
  • Hardiplank siding:  Sherman Williams Northern Lights
  • Ground floor: Lowes Smoke Infusion
  • Ground floor louvers: Sherman Williams Teacup

Note:  We only used top-of-the-line Sherman William paints designed specifically to handle tough coastal environments.  

View of Beachtown Dream Home from the beach.

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Gourmet cooks are going to love the Beachtown Dreamhome's amazing kitchen.

 

Again, I am always shocked by how much work is done between our visits.  This past weekend, we finalized the details of our exterior paint plan and were thrilled to see the dark hardwood floors, carpet, kitchen lights, and cabinet hardware all installed. 

Our “Something’s Gotta Give” inspired kitchen is nearly complete and our Seaside, Florida inspired coastal vernacular beach home is just weeks away from being done. 

We have decided to hold our second open house over labor day weekend. So if you have been secretly reading this blog and have been wanting to tour the home for yourself, please plan on attending.  Stay tuned to our blog for official open house hours.  

Until then, enjoy the new pictures in the gallery!

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This "Something's Gotta Give Kitchen" looks great with the new paint.

 

It is amazing what our builders have accomplished in just two weeks.  All interior painting is completed.  All trim work is done.  Cabinets are fully installed.  And our amazing Barn Door Room divider is finished and installed.      

The interior sliding barn door might very well be one of my favorite surprise features in the home.  When fully opened, the entire first floor flows from front porch to back.  When closed, you have an entire suite closed off from the rest of the home.      

Enjoy the pictures.  I’ll be posting more in the coming weeks as we complete our cabinet hardware, bathroom accessories, ceiling fans, and exterior paint selections.

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