At Naramore Construction, we are all about making the home-building process in Isle of Palms a simplified experience. Your satisfaction is our top priority, which is why we take the time to understand your lifestyle, budget and needs for a new home. No matter your style, our custom home builders at Naramore Construction can bring your blueprints to life. Whether you are looking to build a traditional beach home in Isle of Palms or a more contemporary home in Mount Pleasant, Naramore Construction is prepared to break new ground. View the selection of new homes below to learn more about the work we have completed in the area.
This home was carefully designed to maximize the spectacular marsh and views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The architect was able to create a terracing rear deck to avoid handrails obstructing the view.
Traditional shiplap-paneled walls, reclaimed beams, and wide plank white oak floors give a true island feel when you walk into this oceanfront property.
The homeowners of this project referred to it as "TUGUTUBI", or "to good to be..." This unique home is carefully placed under the grand live oaks overlooking the marsh of Toogoodoo Creek.
When you have six bedrooms, a man cave, covered pool deck, and rooftop viewing deck, everyone in the family can find a place to relax.
Overlooking Fort Sumter on the Charleston Harbor, this 7,000 square foot home has it all. With an elaborate full-height kitchen, wet bar and cabinets extending to the ceiling, this home is a creation that stands apart.
Sullivan's Island is a great place to live, especially when you are beachfront and next to the historic lighthouse that illuminates the sky.
This marsh front home sits tucked away on Dewees Island.The homeowner had a variety of tree species from his North Carolina property that were harvested for this home.
This unique getaway has a wonderful layout through the dunes of Dewees Island. The main house sits on the backside of a large sand dune, while the two guest retreats are tucked away in the trees on top of the dunes.
This cedar shake home is nestled within the oaks of Kiawah Island. This residence features brick-entry stairs, iron railings throughout, reclaimed beams and a vaulted living room ceiling with architectural trusses.