A Few Details

It is the details that make Vintage Construction homes unique.

These photos represents just a few of the details that make our homes a notch above the average coastal home.

Every home we build is carefully designed to take advantage of the lot’s assets and best meet the needs of the end users. Homes built on barrier islands have special considerations, as do homes built in our mainland neighborhoods, with each municipality having its own building code. We take into consideration whether the home will be used as a primary residence, a vacation home or as rental property.

With more than 20 years of building coastal homes behind us, we know the questions to asks and the issues facing a coastal build. We are constantly investigating new materials and building techniques.

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The veranda is still a time-honored tradition in the south.
Vintage Construction pays attention to creating interesting "vignettes" at transition points in the home..
A wet bar with refrigerator, conveniently located in the TV area.
The right combination of white, neutrals, stainless and granite – simple, casual and elegant.
This beautiful entry door allows light in, without sacrificing privacy.
Exposed rafters and a mix of siding materials add interest.
State-of-the-art spray foam insulation creates a more comfortable living space and reduces utility bills.
Porches and decks – so important in the coastal home plan.
Board-and-batten, shake/shingle and horizontal siding create interest to this two-story beach house.
An oceanside pool is a big asset for coastal rental homes.
Spiral stairs lead to the best view in the neighborhood.
Spray foam insulation is installed by our own specially trained crews.
Pools and decks must comply with building codes and lot restrictions.
From lot grading, bulkheading to pool installation and decking. All done by our specially trained crews.
A guest room designed for two full size beds, great for rental homes as well as spill-over guest in any beach home.
Water faucets and electrical outlets on outside porches on each floor add convenience to coastal life.
A custom "china cabinet" provides a visual break between kitchen and dining.
Luxury details in the master bath.