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front living. Each one is a work of art by builder John Sawin. These one-of-a-kind luxury homes are connecting homeowners with the natural surroundings of the Atlan-


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tic coastal regions. Calling these extraordinary residences


art is not an overstatement. Each is completely unique, as Sawin starts every project with a clean slate and a keen understanding of his clients’ tastes and needs. With his creative vision, he builds homes that take full advantage of nature’s setting. Months of meticulous research by Sawin and his wife, Lisa, a professional designer herself, ensure that every detail is perfectly authentic to the period and style of the home. “We specialize in unique and waterfront


properties, building value and timeless architecture into each home, with integrity and style. Your home site will be the canvas to design and build your home with old world craftsmanship, combined with innovative systems and materials,” Sawin said. “We’ve achieved a high level of client satisfaction, as well as nurtured relationships with all trades in our industry. Our success is due, in part, to the interpretation of our clients’ needs and desires into their plans, to our fresh perspectives on creative residential


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otting Virginia’s shore- lines are landmarks built to celebrate water-


CALLING THESE EXTRAORDINARY RESIDENCES ART IS NOT AN OVERSTATEMENT.


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