Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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Addison Bell had a plan: an island home all four of his adult children and their families would love and use throughout their lifetimes. Bell had discovered Seabrook Island in the early years and was one of the frst to invest in a High Hammock villa in the 1960s. "It was a favorite placeā€”the vegetation, the wildlife and especially the marsh side of the island," says Bell's daughter, Rebecca Holland. "My parents really liked its size and how casual and uncrowded it is." Bell turned to Osprey Construction to make his family getaway, designed by architect Wayne Windham, a reality. "He and Mom wanted to have a big family space, something that was large enough for us to all spend time with them in Charleston, for all the kids and grandkids to spend holidays," says Holland. "We toured a lot of homes built by Osprey and really liked the quality and atten- tion to detail they provide." Osprey easily felded the questions, concerns and input from the large clan, says Doug James, vice president of construction management who, along with president Farris Cowart, is co-owner of Osprey Construction Company. With a 23-year track record of building primarily on Kiawah and Seabrook islands, he says Osprey is organized specifcally 221 CS D Osprey Construction guided the homeowner in the building of this contemporary farmhouse-style home that he hoped to enjoy with his four children and their families.

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