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“What we did was think out­side the box, as if we were de­sign­ing it for our­selves. And then we fell in love with it,” ad­mits Nicole Tew who took risks on a style not fully ex­plored be­fore in Al­ta­dore. A swiftly tran­si­tion­ing neigh­bor­hood of in­fills, the com­mu­nity’s ma­ture land­scap­ing of­fers a lush back­drop to a tran­scen­dent de­sign of in­tu­itive ap­peal.

The driv­ing force be­hind Trickle Creek De­signer Homes, hus­band and wife Michael and Nicole Tew revel in a pas­sion for de­sign and col­lab­o­ra­tive team­work. “Our team cre­ates the most amaz­ing home build­ing ex­pe­ri­ence for our clients through sim­ple car­ing and pas­sion­ate in­no­va­tion,” shares Michael Tew.

Launched in 2007, Trickle Creek is a cus­tom home­builder whose ini­tial fo­cus on acreages even­tu­ally lead them to the in­ner city. “We really dis­cov­ered our niche these last few years and have aligned our­selves with a like-minded team and sup­pli­ers that fully re­spond to our pri­mary fo­cus of client sat­is­fac­tion,” adds Michael. “We all share a sim­i­lar vi­sion that is pred­i­cated on the client ex­pe­ri­ence and an amaz­ing re­sult at its end.”

With a vi­sion to in­no­vate and build a home that would be years ahead of the cur­rent in­ner-city mar­ket­place, Trickle Creek ad­dressed life­style, creat­ing a space where peo­ple felt in­stantly at home. “A lot of the in­fills in this area are very mod­ern with gen­eral sim­i­lar­i­ties and we wanted to show that these homes can be as dis­tinc­tive as any other cus­tom home,” says Nicole.

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