Scouted: Mid-Century Brass Bar Cart

Scouted: Three-Tier Mid-Century Brass Bar Cart, circa 1950

Sleek and stylish, this mid-century bar cart beautifully combines form and function—and will certainly add an element of fun to any room. Measuring 33” h x 29” w x 17” d, and featuring three glass tiers and a gorgeous polished brass frame, it will be right at home in any corner…and ready to serve one’s cocktail needs.

Townhouse by Robert Brown  // Atlanta, GA  //  404.917.1333


Scouted Spring 2015 Listings

tsg-real-estate-2800-stratford Throughout the spring we spend a lot of time thinking about how we can refresh our homes—including the ultimate spring house overhaul: purchasing a new one. This is an excellent time of year to seek out a new abode; warm weather and abundant blooms make prospects feel oh so inviting, and the number of options seems to increase every week. Inspired by the uptick in inventory, we decided to explore what’s on the market in some of our TSG cities. The range was almost as impressive as the charming details each property offered. Whether you’re looking for a Lowcountry escape, a modern stunner outside the city (like the above, from Austin), or a room with an unbelievable view, prepare to Scout your next house:

Modern Masterpieces


2800 Stratford (pictured top and above) // Austin, TX // Gottesman Residential Real Estate

THE DETAILS: 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 1 half bath; 10,259 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE: A stunning mix of architectural styles, beautiful grounds, and craftsmanship with views of downtown Austin and the lake. Contact Laura Gottesmann, 512.451.2422 x 103.


The Floating Box House // Austin, TX // Gottesman Residential Real Estate

THE DETAILS: 9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 1 half bath; 10,563 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE:  As the name suggests, the house’s expansive windows offer enviable views and a wonderful indoor/outdoor vibe. Contact Laura Gottesmann, 512.451.2422 x 103.


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2511 Sailpoint Drive // Spicewood, TX // Moreland Properties

THE DETAILS: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 half bath
FEATURES WE LOVE: Airy and elegant, we’re fans of the clean lines and floor-to-ceiling windows and the way the house perfectly inhabits its surroundings. Contact Eric Moreland, 512.480.0848 x136.

Lowcountry Estates


Tidalholm (1 Laurens Street), featured above and below // Beaufort, SC // Lowcountry Real Estate

THE DETAILS: 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms; 5,868 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE: Located on a private peninsula, the home is a piece of history—it was built circa 1853 as an escape from the summer heat for the original owners and still features original flooring, plaster moldings, and millwork. Contact Edward Dukes, 843.521.4200.



91 East Bay 1/2 // Charleston, SC // Carriage Properties

THE DETAILS: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 half bath; 2,374 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE: Private gardens, a library with 20-ft. ceilings, and stunning rooftop views. Contact Thomas Bennett, 843.266.8002.


79 Anson // Charleston, SC // Carriage Properties

THE DETAILS: 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1 half bath; 4,542 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE: Built circa 1760-1770, this house has history to spare—plus a guest house. Contact Thomas Bennett, 843.266.8002.


601 Bay Street // Beaufort, SC // Lowcountry Real Estate

THE DETAILS: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms; 7,187 sq. ft.
FEATURE WE LOVE: We’re fans of a home with Hollywood roots; this Antebellum mansion was featured in “The Prince of Tides.” Contact Edward Dukes, 843.521.4200.

Rustic Retreats


Faraway Farm // Middleburg, VA // Sheridan Macmahon, Ltd.

THE DETAILS: 4 bedrooms, 8 fireplaces, 70 acres of land including 2 ponds
FEATURES WE LOVE: Stone walls, rolling pastures, mountain views, old world charm in beautiful Hunt Country, Virginia. Contact Sheridan Macmahon, 540.687.5588.
Photos by Crowell Hadden.


Walnut Hill on the Sabine // Rains County, TX // Hortenstine Ranch Company

THE DETAILS: 975+/- acres, gated entrance, 20+/- acre private lake; colonial-style three-story home features 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 1 half bath
FEATURES WE LOVE: This property, which is a 1 hour 20 minute drive from Dallas and 2-hour drive from Shreveport, has been designed and maintained to accommodate a variety of recreational activities. In addition to the lake and hunting habitats, there is a covered shooting range and basketball court. Contact Wright Monning, 214.794.1475 or Chris Susilovich, 903.503.5961.


Bar B Bar Ranch // Jackson Hole, WY // Spackmans & Associates

THE DETAILS: 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms; 14,277 sq. ft., 72 acres
FEATURES WE LOVE: An expansive patio, ponds, views of the Tetons, a squash court, observatory, and more make this the ultimate mountain retreat. Contact Spackmans & Associates, 307.739.8132.

Fabulous Florida


5577 Arbor Lane // Coral Gables, FL // Lowell International Realty

THE DETAILS: 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 1 half bath; 6,612 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE: A luxurious master suite, wine cellar, chef’s kitchen, sun-filled courtyard, and guest house. Contact Lani Kahn Drody, 305.520.5420.


Kalea Bay // Naples, FL // Premier Sotheby’s International Realty

THE DETAILS: 3 bedroom plus den, 3 bathrooms, 1 half bath and 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom residences are available
FEATURES WE LOVE:  This luxury coastal community was inspired by its surroundings, and residences are open, airy, and designed to let occupants fully enjoy the natural beauty outside. Contact Frank Pezzuti, 239.216.2445.


5775 SW 114 Terrace // Pinecrest, FL // Ashley Cusack Real Estate

THE DETAILS: 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 1 half bath; 9,655 sq. ft.
FEATURES WE LOVE: A dining room that seats 12, wine cellar, bar, media room, and billiard room make this house ready for entertaining. Contact Ashley Cusack, 305.798.8685.


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SCOUTED: Swedish Carved and Painted Stork

SCOUTED: Swedish Carved and Painted Stork Elegant, unique, and utterly charming, we are absolutely enamored with this carved wooden stork on a column. Measuring 28″ w x 60″ h x 10″ d, it would make the perfect sentinel and add interest and whimsy to any space.

Caroline Faison Antiques  //  Greensboro, NC  //  336.272.0261


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Insider’s Itinerary: Caroline Faison’s Greensboro/High Point Must-hit List

Insider’s Itinerary: Caroline Faison’s Greensboro/High Point Must-hit List On Thursday morning in High Point, North Carolina, the doors will open at the Antique & Design Center, kicking off the High Point Market experience for thousands of design-minded individuals ready to explore the unique finds, original art, and carefully curated treasures located inside. Two days later, the Spring High Point Market will open, with more than 2,000 exhibitors filling millions of square feet of show space with their wares. In anticipation of these events, we sought advice from the Greensboro-based matriarch of European antiques, Caroline Faison, on what not to miss at Market, and where to go should we wish to deviate from the High Point paths. Here is her shopping-focused itinerary:

In Greensboro:
For a dose of floral inspiration, Faison recommends paying a visit to her former shop neighbor, florist extraordinaire Randy McManus. A true artist with his arrangements, you never know what you’ll see—every trip to his shop is a visual treat.

For a wonderfully curated shop, Faison recommends putting Glenn Lavinder’s The Pink Door on the to-visit list. The epitome of Southern design, it is a fantastic mix of color and classics.

For must-see period pieces, Faison says to stop by Phil Barker Antiques & Restoration. The best at restoration in North Carolina, his showroom is filled with exquisite English furniture.

Additional outlets for discovering great finds for one’s décor include The Red Collection, an expansive consignment store, and The Shoppes on Patterson, which is a group shop offering antiques and home furnishings.

In High Point:
Of course a visit to The Antique & Design Center, where Faison will be showcasing gorgeous antique pieces, is a must!

In Market Square, Faison says Tommy Mitchell’s booth is a must go-to place. Now located in Chapel Hill, Mitchell has deep roots in Greensboro, where he worked for years as an art restorer, and his stunning floral metal sculptures deserve to be seen in person.

Also on Faison’s to-visit list is Modern History, which will have a showroom at 430 N. Wrenn Street. A furniture store that sells new pieces based on antiques bought by Michael Beaver during trips to Belgium, Modern History has a section in their store that has incredible antique finds.

Insider’s Itinerary: Caroline Faison’s Greensboro/High Point Must-hit List

For additional recommendations on where to shop, eat, drink, and explore, browse The Scout Guide Greensboro & Winston-Salem.