John Willis Homes, Inc. is doing a lot of homes in my neighborhood. I think the experience from many so many renovations here give them a broader repertoire of styles than most design/builds outfits.. That includes Tudor-blend-ins.
Here is house 1 of 5, house 2 of 5, house 3 of 5, house 4 of 5, and house 5 of 5, house 6 of 5. house 7 of 5.
I was surprised to see this on the sign: brick, stone detailing, dovecotes and a "Voysey gable." Would it really look like this?
This is 3563 square foot teardown sold before it was finished.
I just couldn't imagine it. It's a tiny lot 0.193 acres. This picture makes it look like a big isolated lot but that's just the foliage. It shares a driveway with the house on the right.
They kept the garage.
So far so good.
They lost the dovecotes.
They went all stone on the entrance
This one will catch your eye. I think it's very good.
Usually a magician never tells but I think you need to see a side view.
Teardown 3 is the 3rd one in the picture. The south elevation is more interesting than the front.
Here is house 1 of 5, house 2 of 5, house 3 of 5, house 4 of 5, and house 5 of 5, house 6 of 5. house 7 of 5..
John Teel House, Circa 1840, Sumter County
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