Web Extras

The new www.CarolinaHomesandinteriors.com website has more content than what we can fit in a printed magazine: more stories, more photographs, more information, links directly to developers and builders in areas that interest you, floor plans for the most popular houses and descriptions of additional neighborhoods.

Grayson Park is located in Brunswick County, only 10 minutes from Wilmington, North Carolina. Nestled among wooded areas and ponds, the community includes five neighborhoods: Parkside, Brighton Village, The Villas, Wynchase and Reunion. Visit the Carolina Homes and Interiors website to view additional homes and explore the common areas, including the clubhouse, tennis courts, playground and pool areas. The amenities at Grayson Park are designed to bring neighbors together to form a community.

The most popular floor plan in Grayson Park is Nicklaus. This two-story home has a large master suite and two additional bedrooms upstairs. The first level guest room provides privacy. View the plan and an artist’s rendering of the home’s exterior on the Carolina Homes and Interiors WEB EXTRAS page.

Lawton Station in the Lowcountry of South Carolina is only 20 minutes from Hilton Head Island. The neighborhood has a small-town ambience with friendly neighbors who’ll chat at the mailbox and watch each other’s homes when they go out of town. The houses echo that feeling with a large veranda perfectly designed for oversized outdoor furniture. Plan to spend leisurely hours entertaining guests and visiting with other savvy homeowners in your neighborhood who are enjoying indoor/outdoor living space in a cozy, welcoming community. Visit the Carolina Homes and Interiors WEB EXTRAS page to see the great spaces of Lawton Station.

Along with the benefits and joys of living along the coast in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida is the annual reminder from June 1 to Nov. 30 to pack your hurricane emergency kit and be prepared to flee your home. However, if Ray Hawes of Cat Five Houses of Charleston has his way, more and more homes will be built to stand up to the winds of a category 5 hurricane. These homes are designed to provide unwavering shelter during storms with winds of up to 150 mph.