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    Thank you for posting these photos of your Aunt and Uncle's home in OB. I live in next-door Gulf Shores and am so happy to see that this awesome home is in my neighborhood.

    I know the island and I look forward to seeing their home from the street or water when I am over that way.

    It is very encouraging to see this creative, custom home in our area. We are not known for upscale architecture and furnishings. Most of what is built is look-alike low cost structures. It is a pleasure to see these photos of a home that has obviously had a great deal of thought.

    I can't help but wonder if they imported the construction crew. If they used local crews, I did not know that workers down here are capable of this level of perfection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VillaLagoonTile View Post
    Thank you for posting these photos of your Aunt and Uncle's home in OB. I live in next-door Gulf Shores and am so happy to see that this awesome home is in my neighborhood.

    I know the island and I look forward to seeing their home from the street or water when I am over that way.

    It is very encouraging to see this creative, custom home in our area. We are not known for upscale architecture and furnishings. Most of what is built is look-alike low cost structures. It is a pleasure to see these photos of a home that has obviously had a great deal of thought.

    I can't help but wonder if they imported the construction crew. If they used local crews, I did not know that workers down here are capable of this level of perfection.

    Thanks,
    Lundy Wilder
    www.VillaLagoonTile.com
    Most of the crew was local, but several things had to be done several times. It was a constant fight for them to get the level of finishes and furnishings that they wanted. It was definately a learning process for everyone involved. The were literally 3 years from groundbreaking to moving in. The went to buliders and decorator shows for a couple of years. Many of the fixtures and things are the first of their kind in the US.

    This is not a sink you see everyday.

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    That house is ILL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FASTLANE View Post
    That house is ILL!!
    X infinity!!!!!!

    I love it! Totally my style! So since it's in AL, this is worth what, $50k or 50 mil in Cali? lol jk!

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    that is sick! Im not the one for modern/comtemparary(is there a dfference?) but that house is awesome..

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    thats a beauty of a home.

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    really well done. love the place.
    Paradise 'ain't cheap.

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    Sic vaca home!
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    That's totally my style! Sick house.. It's on Ono Island right.. Friends family has a house out there. Looks like fun.

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    Never saw this thread before. Nice house! I love it, and hurricane proof to boot!
    Andy -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lexus ISF

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