10556 Serenbe Lane – Serenbe’s Latest Modern Home

serenbe sign logo

During a recent round-table discussion about high-performance homes and sustainable living, Steve Nygren, one of the chief founders of the Serenbe Community, shared a story with us about one of the residents walking up to him, giving him a bear hug and saying, “Serenbe changed my life!” Well done, Steve! The 1,000-acre sustainable community has grown in to one of the most sought after communities in the Southeast, with a very eclectic mix of people, amenities and architectural styles. Like many have done, when Jodi and I first drove through the Serenbe we drank the kool-aid®, and were ready to move! So far, we’re still in our midtown condo, but there’s plenty of time…

Serenbe Farms Georgia

Serenbe Playhouse Sleep Hollow

There is so much to love about Serenbe, from the fresh produce grown in the organic farm to the access to regular live performances played both inside and out. It’s a very walk-able and play-able community that suits all ages and walks of life. So, naturally, there’s an architectural palette that appeals to many.

Serenbe Horse Stables





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The Latest Addition to Serenbe

A couple of weeks ago, the contemporary home that we designed and The Imery Group built at 10556 Serenbe Lane, also known as the “Proud Green Home”, was finally completed and opened for viewing! Here are a few photos from the “ribbon cutting” events that focused on the high-performance aspects of the home, which we are very proud to say that it performs extremely well. Below is a photo tour showing the interior and exterior of the home. You’ll notice that as energy efficient (net-positive – produces more energy than the homeowners will use) as the home is, it is as much a home as any other home is. It has four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, dining, kitchen, master-on-main, etc…

Anyway, here ya go. Hope you enjoy!


Night shot from the Street


Interior view from Entry looking toward Kitchen


Interior View of the Main Floor Powder Bath


Close up shot of the Kohler faucet in the Powder Bath


Interior view of the Master Bath


Interior view looking through Dining toward Kitchen


Close up of the Kitchen faucet by Kohler


Another Close up of the Kitchen faucet by Kohler


Interior View of the Kitchen


Interior View of the Foyer from the Kitchen


Interior View toward the barn door from the Dining


Interior View of the Custom Made Barn Door


Interior View of theTwo-Story Foyer with Brick Veneer Accent


Brick Veneer Accent in Foyer and Stair






Exterior Detail view of the Brick Veneer accent on Entry Tower


Exterior View from the Street


Exterior View from the Street


Exterior View from the Street


Exterior View from the Street




Exterior View of the Front of the Home at Night


Exterior View of the Front of the Home at Night

We sure hope you’ve enjoyed the photo tour of the home, and learning a bit about the great community of Serenbe.

Photo credits: Serenbe Sign, Kim Cunninghan, Little by Little blog; Serenbe Farms, www.serenbe.com; All interior and exterior photos of the home at 10556 Serenbe Lane taken by James Moses, Bisig Impact Group, © 2013

7 Responses so far.

  1. zblue2 says:

    Gorgeous! Chris this is a great looking house and so well done. Of course I also love all those great metal roofs you showed in the pics of other homes in the neighborhood too.

  2. No doubt, Lisa! That place is full of “beautiful”! These only scratch the surface of what’s there. More to come…

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