Introducing Our HGTV Dream Home 2020 Design at Windmill Harbour

What’s so dreamy about it? The newest HGTV Dream Home 2020 welcomes owners and guests with a traditional lowcountry façade, graceful gables and cascading roofline. But beyond the gracious entry, breathtaking coastal views unfold throughout the transitional lowcountry home, including a spectacular marsh and water showcase framed by sweeping rear decks and poolside terraces. Located in Windmill Harbour on Hilton Head Island, the HGTV Dream Home’s open floor plan seamlessly connects spacious living areas with more intimate spaces. Tall, transomed windows and the unobstructed western exposure promise stunning sunset views nightly. The large master suite/master bath is located on ground level while two guest bedrooms and baths surround a multi-purpose space upstairs. The rear screened porch and deck above are among the highlights of our HGTV Dream Home 2020 design, constantly engaging residents with high tide wonders and wildlife.

Project Architect Preston Bussard said “Many of us watch various programs on the HGTV network and realize how important show homes are to the general public. They really can affect how residential design is pushed forward in style and function, so having a small part on a terrific global team was very gratifying.” CAG Partner William Court added “It was truly a privilege for our team to participate in the process of designing, collaborating and partnering with the entire HGTV Dream Home 2020 team. It was a 24/7 process at times. Everyone involved with the HGTV Dream Home 2020 helped to create a seamless process.”

  • Home dimensions - 3,514 square feet heated/cooled space and 2,060 square feet unconditioned space…total 5,574 square feet
  • Home design is transitional lowcountry-style, featuring two stories, three porches, large garage, terraces and pool
  • Located on waterfront marshland home site with sweeping views enhanced at high tide
  • Orientation of home allows intimacy as well as views of spectacular evening sunset from rear
  • Large screened porch spans rear with access via master suite and living areas
  • Multiple live oak trees on property were spared in construction of home