Dutch Colonial House

The owners, a British family, fell in love with the 18th-century Dutch Colonial homes they saw while traveling in South Africa. We were selected as the only architectural firm able to successfully recreate this style, and we thoroughly enjoyed this project.

This home was constructed on the most prominent lot at the Four Seasons Resort on Nevis, a 36-square-mile English-speaking island in the West Indies with some Dutch roots. This home reflects and reinforces the Dutch Colonial-style structures already on the island, which are mostly churches. Except for the roof trusses which were prefabricated in Florida and shipped to Nevis, the home was constructed exactly as it would have been in 1792, the year its South African counterpart was built near Cape Town.

Builder: Four Seasons Resort Estate Development, Inc.
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