Faulkner – Low Country

Our most treasured family heirloom are our sweet family memories. The past is never dead, it is not even past’.William Faulkner

Faulkner Front View

That Faulkner makes good points.  Memories are heirlooms.  As long as we have memories, written or otherwise, the past is never gone.  Now, this Faulkner (E-3837) is a wonderful home to make lasting memories in with your friends and family.  This Faulkner brings you 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and oh so much more, in a 2-story Low Country style.  Yes, the charming, easy-feeling, flow of a low-country home is magic in itself.  This style can be expressed as elegant, comfortable, practical, and romantic so go ahead and bring your dreams to reality.

From the front of the house, don’t you already want to sit and rock with a cool glass of iced tea?  An arch, centering the long porch lends a softness to the angled roofline and square windows.  The two-car garage that sits to the right, at a slight angle, adds just the right sight line difference to give the house a more custom look.

Come on in, this home is a sight to behold.

Faulkner Main


Foyer, Dining Room and Library

Your foyer is long and the dining room, to the right, opens into it.   This classic dining room has a door to the kitchen and can be perfect for formal meals or a casual Friday night pizza party.  A wonderful library, or office, is to the left and has a great double-door entrance.  There is room for a desk and comfortable, soft chairs. Perhaps you would like a wall with low, long bookshelves and include a window seat below the front windows for when you want to sit and relax.

From the foyer you cross a hallway into a large grand room.  This room is wide-open to interpretation.  Baby Grand piano?  Pool table?  You decide.  From this grand room, walk out double doors to a covered patio.  Now this large, long patio is wonderful and perfect for a grill, plants, potted herbs, a table and chairs and 2 lounger chairs for watching the rain fall or a sunrise/sunset.  The covered patio also has doors to the gathering room and the master bedroom.

Gathering Room Breakfast Eating and Kitchen

The gathering room is to the left of the grand room.  Think of the gathering room as ‘life central’.  This is the hang-out, the cozy, where you sit in front of the blazing fire and talk, eat popcorn, laugh, and watch movies.  Take this space right into a large breakfast area and a bay window is perfect for banquette seating.

Now the kitchen is a perfect space for large and small gatherings.  A large island centers the space with long L-shaped cabinets.  If you’re into bread baking, wedding cake making and Christmas cookie extravaganza baking, this is your kitchen.


Utility Room and Garage

This utility room is a ‘pass through area.  It is handy in that it is between the kitchen and the garage.  Come into the house dirty and messy?  Throw your clothes in the laundry right here.  There is a wall that a bench and under storage would be ideal.

Your garage has a small closet/storage area and stairs up to a bonus room above.  Man cave?  Absolutely.  Hang your neon signs, your favorite sports team items, stock a refrigerator, get the large, wide television, leather furniture and you are set.

Master Half-of House

The entire left side of the house is the most fantastic space to begin and end you day.  Just before the double-door entry to this haven, is a powder room.  Finally, walk into your master suite.  A tall, double-tray ceiling rises above your beautiful bedroom furniture.  A small walk-in closet is on a back wall, just next to the doors out to the covered patio.  I think a small coffee maker refrigerator, shelves for snacks, towels, and bed linens are just what suits this space.

If you really like clothes or don’t want to share space, yes, there are two walk-in closets just before the bathroom.  Now, spa bathroom, hello.  Your sink and vanities are on opposite walls, so you really have all the space you need.  A soaking tub is separate from a glassed-in shower and your commode and bidet are hidden behind another door.  Imagine being surrounded by cool colors or natural stones around the jetted tub.  Have you seen the ‘faucet’ where the water comes out from the ceiling to fill the tub?  Your options are endless.  Dream big here.


Let’s Go Upstairs

Faulkner Level 2

Loft and Rec Room

At the top of the stairs, you have a loft with a dormer window.  The loft is open to the great room below. The loft could be an office area for kids and homework or arts/crafts.  The right half of the upper level is a huge recreation room.  If the bonus room above the garage is a “Man Cave’, then designate this “Hers”.  This is a nice spot for teens to hang out, make a theater room, or put your Pilates equipment here.

A bonus to this room is the half-bath attached.



The two bedrooms share a bathroom.  Each suite has individual access to a sink, but they share a tub and commode. By each sink is a small closet for bath linens.  Each suite does have its own decent sized walk-in closet. Whether this is a family home, and these are kids’ rooms or spaces for guests to enjoy, they will feel comfortable and at home for sure.


See, this Faulkner does offer it all to you.  Make memories for lifetimes in this home and the past will never be completely past.


Make this your own.  Welcome Home.


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