Friday, August 6, 2010

Walcott Adams Verneuille Architects

Walcott Adams Verneuille Architects is a nationally recognized firm in Fairhope, Alabama. I am extremely familiar with their work, since I reside in Fairhope, a small coastal town on Mobile Bay.
The firm designs beautiful homes where quality and craftsmanship is paramount. They have been featured in Southern living seven times, Coastal Living four times, and Better Homes and Gardens twice. They have also been featured in This Old House, Southern Accents, From House to Home, and Garden and Gun. Two of their designs, a Mobile riverfront home, and an Irish Country cottage have been featured on HGTV's "Homes Across America"

No detail is overlooked in the design of any Walcott Adams Verneuille home. One of my favorite homes are Lea Verneuille's personal home, a french country cottage:

I also love the Reynolds residence, featured in Southern Accents. The Reynolds use it as a beautiful summer retreat.

The kitchen is beautiful, with classic white cabinets and a dramatic wood ceiling.

The firm also designed many of the buildings on the grounds of the beautiful Grand Hotel Marriott Resort in the nearby community of Point Clear.

Another one of my favorites is the Couch Residence, A bay front Estate in the nearby town of Daphne. The From House To Home article describes it as a "Georgian Revival Mansion."

To see more beautiful photos of these and many other homes, visit the Firm's website.

All images courtesy of Walcott Adams Verneuille Architects


  1. Thanks so much. I don't folks know how great Fairhope is. Looks like WAVA has that "Auburn School" look which is a mighty good thing. (McAlpine,
    Summerour, Justiss, Tate, Veltman, and more)

  2. I'm so glad someone knows about Fairhope! It is such a beautiful small town, where everybody knows each other, yet it has many of the desirable features of a larger city. Though I have to admit I'm a little biased ( I have lived in Fairhope since I was one year old!)

    And, as a matter of fact both Clay Adams and Lea Verneuille went to Auburn.

  3. What a beautiful houses and really amazing mansions.

    Fiberglass columns


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