The Justin Kauflin House
The Charity House to benefit the TBA Scholarship Foundation
- Brick, stone and HardiPlank exterior
- Sweeping covered patio with custom grilling station
- Dramatic second-story balcony
- Two separate garages - 1 single-car and 1 double-car with loads of storage
- Soaring 19-foot vaulted ceilings in master suite
- Gourmet kitchen with large prep island, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, pro-style KitchenAid stainless steel appliances with pot filler
- Family room features fireplace with floor-to-ceiling Craftsman-style stacked stone surround and entertainment bar with wine chiller
- Second-floor teen den with built-ins and refrigerator
- Gerber Plumbing Suites Collection and Danze used exclusively throughout
Architectural style: Craftsman
House size: 3,721 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 5 baths
Original architectural design by: Ionic DeZign Studios, 757.499.3510, with Home Design Services, 559.675.8097
Interior design by: Design consultant Kathy Browning, MIRM, Design Consultants, 757-422-3876; lead designer by Rich Kahler and Trinity Scott, Exotic Home, 757.625.7292
Furnishings by: Exotic Home, 757.625.7292
Landscaping by: Benny Sawyer of Tidewater Tree Transplanters, 757.477.2564
Sales by: Mark Edwards, Adria Joseph, Priscilla LeMoine and Tina Manrique of East West Realty, 757.638.9100
Financing by: Ken Cummings of BB&T, 757.456.1005; and Suzanne Waterfield of BB&T, 757.326.6453
By building this year’s Scholarship House, Clark Whitehill Enterprises is continuing a long family tradition of commitment to the Scholarship Foundation. Since its humble beginnings, the Scholarship Foundation has grown to become an annual tradition as an industry sponsored charity and the third largest scholarship fund in the state. The partners at Clark Whitehill have built two Scholarship homes – the inaugural TBA Scholarship House in 1966 and again in 1990.
Clark Whitehill has been in business continuously since 1958 and has been an industry leader within the multifamily community as well. The partners were instrumental in the founding of the Tidewater Multifamily Housing Council. In 2004, they helped to establish and fund the first Tidewater Multifamily Housing Scholarship Apartment.
Today, Clark Whitehill locally owns and manages more than 1,400 rental homes in the Hampton Roads. For Clark Whitehill, building a solid foundation begins in their community, both home building and multifamily.
4224 Holland Road, Suite 104
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452