Seabourne Custom Homes delivers personalized, sleek, sophisticated, and well designed homes to Northeast. Built-to-suit homes tailored to the needs, desires, and budgets of knowledgeable Mt Pleasant homebuyers.
From initial consultation, to top to bottom, inside to outside, to move in, Seabourne Custom Homes brings to clients an enjoyable, rewarding and hassle-free professional process.More about us
Mt. Pleasant is in Northeast Texas, approximately 117 miles east of Dallas, and approximately 65 miles west of Texarkana. It is accessed via several major roadways. Interstate Highway 30 passes through the city, running just north of U.S. Highway 67. In addition, State Highways 271 and 49 cross through the city and county; as do several state maintained farm to market roads. The city has a total of 12.7 square miles.More about us
DESIGN & BUILD
We love modern homes for their smart designs and curb appeal. Our architects and designers continually imagine how we live by using tight angles mixed with curved surfaces, floor to ceiling picture windows, and innovative designs.
Style is architecture and is strongly related to someone’s personality. Minimalists and huge homes can be beautiful and amazing. We will together create a gorgeous home that expresses the taste and style of clients.
We specialize in the use of free space in all environments; harmonizing surroundings without losing the essence of modern architecture. Our Avant-garde approach has exceeded all our customers expectations.
We listen to your ideas and work with contractors, architects, engineers, craftsmen, and furniture dealers to create beautiful spaces, comfortable homes, and functional workplaces.
We surprise our customers with facades and exteriors that exude innovation and freshness, and use only environmentally friendly materials.
If you have any query or need to start a project, then please don’t fear to contact with us.
Woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a horrible vermin. He lay on his armour-like back, and if he lifted his head a little he could see his brown belly, slightly domed and divided by arches into stiff sections. The bedding was hardly able to cover it and seemed ready to slide.