The house was built in 2018 and modeled after French Caribbean- and Charleston-style homes with big open porches.
It’s on roughly .38 acres in the Eastover neighborhood, near Cherry and Elizabeth.
And while the exterior gives off a breezy bungalow feel, the interior feels more refined — a perfect blend of Southern culture and charm.
The house is at 2131 Crescent Ave. At 4,619 square feet, there are five bedrooms and five and a half baths.
The finishes on this home are definitively high end with coffered, tray and cathedral ceilings and thick molding throughout. This home isn’t especially ornate, but the high level of craftsmanship is apparent in every detail — from the waterfall island and gorgeous built-ins to the radius staircase and high ceilings. It feels luxe but not too stuffy.
There are two master suites, one upstairs and one down — a great option for someone looking for a ground-floor guest suite or a mother-in-law suite.
And the bathrooms are gorgeous. A spa-like oasis, the master has a separate shower and tub, marble flooring, a gorgeous chandelier and beautiful tile.
Nearly every room opens up to the outside in some way, with several leading out to covered porches.
There’s an upper deck and a screened-in porch, both perfect for relaxing and entertaining. I love how the outdoor spaces were equally well thought out as the interior rooms — I can picture a family having dinner outside while the kids run around in the yard or sitting on the porch (under a fan) having cocktails in the summer.