A sneak peek into the progress at 3415 Hopkins Street. Now we're getting to the fun part. Look for this project to be hitting the market in the next 4-6 weeks!
Down the hall...
I pity the fool who doesn't love a shiplap wall.
Not a bad view! Big trees on a deep lot makes for happy homeowners.
Recently, while searching for inspiration for the English Arts & Crafts home we're building at 3415 Hopkins Street, I came across some old sales materials for homes built in this style in the first half of the 20th Century. First of all, so interesting to see a glimpse of another era--and yet, humbling to see how familiar some of it seems. Perhaps we should market our home as having a "sewing room," as well?
We are well under way on the projects at 3415 Hopkins, with framing starting earlier this week. Now we can finally get to the good part: building an incredible home!
As part of this process, we've been making tons of selections on the fixtures and finishes of these homes; a challenging but thrilling process.
We wanted to share some of the ideas and inspiration behind the design, so we've attached the spec sheets we've been developing over the last month. We can't wait to see how these homes turn out! Check out the ideas below:
This lovely, deep, and quiet lot in the heart of Green Hills/12 South is ready for you! We'll be starting construction in the next week, so check back for progress as we build these two classic homes over the next few months. Contact us today if you want to make one yours and put your own finishing touches on it!
It's been no secret of late that a great many people have been taking notice of Nashville and all of her charms. The vast majority of national publications have at some point in the last couple of years called Nashville the new "It City," the "Cultural hub of the New South," the next "boom town," or some combination therein. We just saw that none other than Time Magazine has jumped on the bandwagon, calling Nashville "The South’s Red-Hot Town."
We couldn't agree more. We love our town, and we expect you do, too--or soon will. Read the full article by following the link below:
Domaine Development is excited to announce that we're starting our newest project next week, breaking ground on two stunning homes in the heart of Green Hills.
Designed by Chris Goldbeck of P. Shea Design, these homes exhibit all the traits we look to build in our homes--a warm European country feel combined with the functional, modern approach that today's lifestyles demand.
Look for these to be delivered in late summer to early fall. If you're interested in learning more, contact us today. You have a chance to pick fixtures and finishes and make it a semi-custom home if act early.