Story by Art Department / April 1, 2024

Originally built in 1895, this historic home on Sullivans Island has seen many changes over the decades. With the help of the talented team from Beau Clowney Architects, St. Pierre Construction removed non-historical portions of the home and protected the authentic elements that make the home unique. The house was elevated, rotated 180 degrees, and moved 70 feet towards the Atlantic Street side of the property. All existing windows and doors were salvaged and repaired. After adjusting walls, floors, and ceilings, the St. Pierre Construction team ensured all of the existing structural elements were up to modern codes and standards. Working with Los Angeles-based interior designer Kevin Isbell, they were able to preserve the historic feel while offering a modern living space for their clients. The outdoor living spaces designed by Wertimer + Cline welcome entertainment and were brought to life by High Marsh Landscape Contractors and Aqua Blue Pools.

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