A member of the Southern Living Custom Builder Program since 2008, Georgia Coast Design & Construction is among approximately 100 custom homebuilders selected annually by Southern Living magazine for participation in its builder program. Each year, the magazine selects builder members based on: their reputation among local businesses and consumers; strength of presence in their respective markets; superior quality and attention to detail; and innovative style. Builders are required to re-apply each year and are evaluated by Southern Living to assure they have met the standards.
Georgia Coast Design & Construction has been serving St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island and Sea Island for more than 30 years. Known for quality, detail and style in custom homebuilding, Georgia Coast Design & Construction has been selected by Southern Living to represent the lifestyle magazine as its exclusive builder representative in the St. Simons and Sea Island markets.
Founded by Bert Flexer, the company has received numerous awards from the Golden Isles Home Builders Association including the top award for Architectural Design, Interior Architectural Design, Outstanding Curb Appeal and Best Overall in houses ranging in price from $600,000 to more than $1 million.
Georgia Coast Design & Construction welcomed thousands of visitors from more than 15 states to its 2013 Southern Living Custom Builder Showcase Home at St. Simons Island October 31 - November 24.
Built on a one-acre, lakefront lot on the north end of St. Simons Island, the 2013 Southern Living Custom Builder Showcase Home is characterized as Old World European featuring exterior finishes of Mosstown brick and Old World stucco, Weathered Wood colored designer shingles, cypress beam accents and a handcrafted Mahogany door.
Inside the three-bedroom, 2,400-square-foot showcase home, Old World rustic and modern European style blend with high craftsmanship to create a sense of timeless quality, stability, and tranquility. Behind the scenes, energy efficient technologies combine with low maintenance materials to create a home that is economical to maintain for years to come. The home's open floor plan offers a dining room/kitchen/great room combination with an easy flow for entertaining or family interaction. The interior features arched doorways, textured walls and distressed hickory floors.