The developers of South Shore have chosen for the architectural theme of the South Shore Collective a mixture of both Oklahoma farmhouse as well as Destin beachside cottages. Chris George, a noted designer and builder of luxury homes, has borrowed from the traditions of his own work and these architectural histories to put together a collection of homes and styles that are not found on Grand Lake at present.

Metal steep pitched roofs with eye pleasing widow’s walks, crows nests and walk-out porches and decks all make interesting lines on these homes. Rough wooden beams that are carefully finished to match perfectly the appearance of weathered wood and imported hand-made cabinets that are simple but rich with features and style make the kitchen and main living area sizzle when guests enter your home. Thick granite with finished edges, beach style bead board siding in the main living area, and the finest lighting and plumbing fixtures make this collective truly a marriage of elegance and simplicity.

The collective’s home exteriors are comprised of wood grain siding in various configurations and earth tones with muted colors that will provide a combination of variety as well as festive style to this community of fun and relaxation. Wood burning fireplaces, outdoor fire pits, outdoor hot water showers are extra amenities that make statements about the homes in the collective and how they stand out among anything comparable on the lake.

Our initial custom designs will fit most lifestyles. However, if you want to change one of these or even come up with something totally different, we can design build your desired floor plan, as long as it complies with the integrity of the South Shore theme and architectural control protocols.