Brown Home


The Brown home is located at the end of a lane along the shores of Mobile Bay in Daphne, Alabama. A raised cottage with pedestaled double columned porches makes for a unique design. Large porches along the front and rear and at a pool house overlooking a large pool offer a respite from the hot sun during summer months. Dramatic landscaping in the front and rear to the bay along with a recreational pier give this home a resort atmosphere.


Brown Home

Bell Home


On 1.4 acres in the exclusive Spring Hill neighborhood of Mobile, Alabama, this Spanish Revival style home features old world details inside and out such as, authentic skip trowel stucco, deep inset windows and doors, custom ironwork throughout, and clay tile roof.


Bell Home

J. Bigler Home


This grand classical revival, situated on the Country Club of Mobile golf course, It is designed on a relatively narrow lot for its size.The home, when basement and attic are included, becomes a four story dwelling, suitable for this large family.


J. Bigler Home

Eyrich Home


This home appears to have been transported from the Italian Countryside. It is a grand Italian Renaissance design in the Palladian tradition. Located in the Southern fringe of the Spring Hill area of Mobile it often catches drivers by surprise with its impressive façade.


Eyrich Home

Bounds Home, Mobile


This was Roberts' first architectural commission in 1978. The Bounds sent the architect to spend summer weekends with noted New Orleans architect Albert Wolf in order to gain expertise in Gulf Coast regional architecture. This home typifies the New Orleans Garden District Style.


Bounds Home, Mobile

Roberts/Spicer Home


With its authentic brick exterior, ridge tiles, gallery porches, hipped roof line and livable interiors, the Roberts-Spicer home captures the essence of French Colonial architecture. The 3,000 square-foot home, with an additional 1,000 square-feet of covered patio, is designed in perfect symmetry, around a central great room. French doors access the side porches and private courtyards, complete with unique water sculptures. The house is a reflection of what would be considered indigenous Gulf Coast Architecture.


Roberts/Spicer Home

Crawford Home


Among the live oaks on Perdido Bay, Alabama, this second home features a great room with open kitchen, dining, and sitting area. There are also three bedrooms on the main floor, each with bath and closet. One big room upstairs serves as a bunk room for six guests.


Crawford Home

Bounds Home, Daphne


On a bluff overlooking Mobile Bay this French Colonial design features a full surround porch, detached guest house, detached private office overlooking the pool, and a free standing pool house. this home was recently listed as The Wall Street Journal's Home of the Week and was listed as one of the most expensive properties on Mobile Bay.


Bounds Home, Daphne

D. Bigler Home


Nestled on three and one-half acres on the Country Club of Mobile’s rolling golf course, this Classic Revival home is placed as to take advantage of views of the course which extends almost a mile to the east giving the feel of a European country estate. The grounds feature some of the city’s most beautiful Heritage Live Oaks. The classical interiors feature large rooms, five masonry fire places, and ornate ironwork throughout. Also found throughout the house are surfaces of exquisite limestone, granite and marble.      
D. Bigler Home

Cain Pier House


Often mistaken for a public pier structure, this large pier house accessed by gondola from a home atop a 90 foot bluff in Montrose, Alabama, is constructed on concrete pilings and has never been damaged by a tropical storm or hurricane. The structure is a work of architecture and engineering art.


Cain Pier House

Spires Home (During Construction)


This home serves as a country retreat and hunting camp. Nestled by a lake and surrounded 1800 acres this Texas Chalk Limestone home is in the grand West Texas Hill Country style and is designed for entertaining after the hunt. The home is shown while under construction.


Spires Home (During Construction)

Bounds Home, Point Clear


Situated atop one of the rolling hills of Point Clear, Alabama and next to the Point Clear Polo Grounds, this country home is the essence of French Colonial elegance. The home features a central hall, once called a “dog trot”, which serves as a foyer opening to all the rooms on the main floor. The front porch serves as a gathering space for friends at the annual Polo at the Point benefit. To the rear is a private courtyard and soaking pool.


Bounds Home, Point Clear