67 W B & A M “We have a lot of family outside www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM Fayetteville. We had 80 acres of farmland that we lived on and our house is still there. We promised that this would be a good place and a new thing for all of us to do together and add a place to have family gatherings,” Amy says. Amy and Brett were friends with local general contractor Dean Hardison of Hardison Building Company. While on vacation in Florida they asked Hardison if he would build their home. “We were down in the Keys and we toured some houses. … When we came back to town I introduced them to Scott Sullivan of Sullivan Design Company. He took it from there and designed the plan for the lot,” Hardison says. Clockwise from top left: The architecture of the home was designed around two trees that anchor the site. The curve of the driveway is reiterated on the waterside by a curved porch. A two-stage staircase grounds the formal entry hall, while hemp roping and marine cleats set the tone for the recreation, gaming and trophy room below. A custom built-in breakfast nook unites coastal themes with a reclaimed wood table, gray-washed rattan chairs, knobby sea grass textures and an oyster shell chandelier.
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