CARBO HOUSE – 1640 Guava Trail –The Carbo family hails from Lafayette, Louisiana and splits their time between Lafayette and St. George Island. When originally thinking about the construction of their home, the Carbos wanted to concentrate on the privacy and comfort of their family and extended family. Architect Shane Moniz from Conn Architects worked with the owners, along with builders Gary and Joel Ulrich, and design decorator Anjie Webb to thoughtfully design the home with both secluded spaces for relaxation and gathering spaces to come together and enjoy time with family and friends. The home offers seven comfortably furnished bedrooms and a bunk room with playroom for the little ones. There are also eight well-appointed bathrooms and two half baths. An exceptional gourmet chef’s kitchen on main level is designed to be a gathering spot for the family. Natural light and Gulf views abound from the large windows on every level. In true Louisiana fashion, the outdoor entertainment area and summer kitchen is a sight to behold. Every imaginable amenity is available for entertaining including a refrigerator, ice machine, two gas burners for those shrimp and crawfish boils, a smoker, gas grill, pellet grill, a flat top grill, fire pits and fire bowls. The luxurious pool and spillover spa is fenced and tropically landscaped for privacy. Multiple levels of covered and screened porches offer gorgeous Gulf views and warm summer breezes. The Carbo House is a prime example of the “Joie de Vivre” (Joy of Living).
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