• A Peek Inside: 27 Taylor Street ,Tybee Island

    Posted on October 7, 2010 by in Beach Cottage Decor, Decor, decorating
    Looking into other people’s homes is a favorite past time of many of us and I’m assuming that’s why TV shows like House Hunters on HGTV have been so successful. Browsing through real estate websites is a really fun way to spend a rainy Saturday afternoon like I enjoyed recently. When I found this listing I was extra excited as it was decorated by one of my all-time favorite designers, Jane Coslick.  After being fully remodeled, the homeowners decided to relocate to Colorado…go figure.

    This beauty is certainly out of my price range; but it is still fun to dream and enjoy the beauty of the architecture, design and “fabulousness” of the home. 

    Property Address: 27 Taylor Street, Tybee Island, GA 31328
    Beds: 4
    Baths: 3.5
    Price: $2,000,000.00
    MLS: 7715
    Web: Contact Tybee Real Estate

    Full Description: – Must see to believe! Newly
    remodeled custom home with unbelievable Ocean and Lighthouse views.
    Hardwood floors throughout. Large entertainment areas surround the
    Gourmet Kitchen. Game Room. Finest of details designed by Jane Coslick. 4
    Bedrooms. 4.5 Baths. Inground pool. Exquisite landscaping. Contact Tybee Real Estate

     

    The house as described by designer Jane Coslick

     “The pantry has a chandelier and the screen door on the pantry is copper
    screen..sea shell knob included. The Butler’s pantry (still in search
    of the butler) has wonderful display shelves and a very special
    chandelier…. The laundry room is funky and “smile inducing”.  My goal
    for this family was calm and peaceful and happiness in every corner. The
    storage space is over the top… The master bedroom and bath and the view are breathe
    taking.

    There is a wonderful salt water swimming pool, great
    landscaping and oodles of great views. Tybee’s beautiful lighthouse is
    framed in the staircase window. This project was a dream come true for
    me and when I walk onto the “front porch of many colors”, I am still
    hard pressed not to smile. Richard leo Johnson took these photos when it
    was featured in Savannah Magazine,”Refuge in a storm”, a few years
    ago. http://www.atlanticarchives.com As usual, he took great photographs.

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