Introducing Our HGTV Dream Home 2020 Design at Windmill Harbour

The newest HGTV Dream Home welcomes owners and guests with a traditional lowcountry façade, covered entry, graceful gables and cascading roofline. Our transitional lowcoutnry design is intended to embrace the stunning backdrop of marsh and water views in Windmill Harbour on Hilton Head Island.  So it's no coincidence the home offers plenty of outdoor living space from its gracious porches and second level deck to adjacent picturesque terraces. A wide open floor plan seamlessly connects spacious living areas with more intimate spaces. Tall windows with transoms promise waterfront sunset views throughout the floor plan. The large master suite/master bath is located on ground level while two guest bedrooms and baths surround a multi-purpose space upstairs. The rear screened porch and deck above are undoubtedly the highlights of our Dream Home design, engaging residents with breathtaking high tide views and wildlife.

The final architectural design is the hybrid of three different floor plans originally presented to HGTV Dream Home team. Project Architect Preston Bussard says “the collaboration with the HGTV Dream Home team continues to be an exceptionally positive experience. Every member is supportive and accessible keeping all parties on the project in the loop 24/7. The same experience applies to our colleagues at Shoreline Construction and other teams involved in the 2020 HGTV Dream Home. We're grateful to be involved in this milestone project."

DESIGN HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Home dimensions - 3,514 square feet heated/cooled space and 2,060 square feet unconditioned space…total 5,574 square feet
  • Home design is transitional lowcountry-style, featuring two stories, three porches, large garage, terraces and pool
  • Located on waterfront marshland home site with sweeping views enhanced at high tide
  • Orientation of home allows intimacy as well as views of spectacular evening sunset from rear
  • Large screened porch spans rear with access via master suite and living areas
  • Multiple live oak trees on property were spared in construction of home