“Before this, I lived in a 1,500-square-foot log cabin in Georgia that was pretty remote,” says Page. “It was on a dangerous gravel road, the internet connection was bad, and hospitals and grocery stores were a major trek. It just started to wear me out, and I decided we needed to get closer to humanity.”
Now, Page and Claire are nestled in a quiet neighborhood with plenty of activities at their fingertips. For Page, an avid hunter and fisherman, this location allows him to still feel close to nature while offering unfamiliar convenience.
In addition to the home’s waterfront location, the building materials also pay homage to the natural surroundings. Beautiful stone wraps the exterior of the home, while a pool in the courtyard comes complete with a waterfall feature. The stone’s warm tones create a subtle contrast when paired with the surrounding water, and it also works to set the tone for what lies in wait just beyond the front door.