What is a “Traditional” style home?

At The Village at Autumn Lake, traditional is symbolized by the old southern low country aesthetic: We’re talking wide front porches, sensibly-sized lots and charm for days. With shutters framing every window, kind neighbors next door and a relaxed pace of life, what’s not to love?

Cottage Style Homes

Some may also refer to our homes as cottage style due to the detailed craftsman features and intimate spaces created in our floorplans and designs. However, don’t let the term cottage fool you. The size of these custom built homes can be tailored to your family’s needs. Our Madison home has over 3,000 square feet under one roof. That’s a big cottage.

Low Country Architecture

The Village at Autumn Lake harkens back to a simpler time in the south. A time when things weren’t so hectic, when people lived close to the land but turned to the water for recreation and sustenance. The low country of coastal Georgia and South Carolina is a unique geographic area where trends like low-slung wooden homes with gabled roofs and railed porches developed into a unique style of architecture indicative of the people and the environment.