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POSTED: May 8, 2008 5:00 a.m.
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The Yellow Bluff team: Ren Keel, Yellow Bluff partner; Jarod Kaspar, James Hardie Building Products, Inc.; Ralph Kuhn, JT Turner Construction; Danny Nelson, The Nelson Group (landscape design); Tripp Turner, JT Turner Construction Co, Inc; Robert Portman, L. Scott Barnard Architects & Associates; in back: Natalie Howard, Bright Ideas; Judy Simspon, Yellow Bluff onsite sales manager; Kelly Hansen, Interiors Limited; Tom Zimmerman, AZEK Building Products; Scott Barnard, L. Scott Barnard Archite...

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The Yellow Co. has announced that Yellow Bluff Coastal Cottages & Marina will be the site of the 2008 Holiday Coastal Cottage.
The Sunstruck Cottage, designed by L. Scott Barnard Architects & Associates and being built by JT Turner Construction Co, both of Savannah, is the first LEED certified Holiday Coastal Cottage.  
LEED is a third party certification program and the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. Construction is under way on the 4,175 square-foot home in Oyster Point.
"We are excited about the exposure that the 2008 Holiday Coastal Cottage will bring to our area," said Yellow Bluff partner Ren Keel.  "It is an opportunity to showcase Yellow Bluff and the coastal area of Georgia to a five million-plus audience during the 2008 holiday season."
Featuring the latest in building trends and timeless interiors, the third annual Holiday Coastal Cottage is more than your average show home. The Sunstruck Cottage will be featured later this year in both Cottage Living and Coastal Living magazines. The "Holiday Coastal Cottage" section will not only bring the holidays to life with photography, entertaining and decorating tips, and recipes; but it will also feature the scenic beauty of Yellow Bluff and the coast.
"The Sunstruck Cottage is the first home to be built in Oyster Point at Yellow Bluff," Keel said.  "The custom home overlooks expansive marshes, uninhabited Georgia barrier islands, and the Atlantic Ocean in the distance," he said. "The views are breathtaking at every level."
Partner Allen Brown added, "Yellow Bluff has always been environmentally responsible. The Yellow Bluff team decided early on that it was important to preserve the history of the former fishing camp and to protect the land, the water and the coastal lifestyle.  That is why we are especially proud that the Sunstruck Cottage will be Energy Star and LEED certified, incorporating energy efficiency and green features."   
Yellow Bluff is a gated marina community in east Liberty County covers 75 acres.
Home sites are available at Oyster Point (the location of the Sunstruck Cottage) and in The Retreat at Yellow Bluff (next to a 9,600 acre nature preserve). Home purchases include Yellow Bluff Club membership and amenities; a marina with store/concierge service/inshore fishing charter service, a planned clubhouse with pool and fitness center, activity lawns, walking trails, bird watching stations, and water sports including fishing, boating, kayaking and access to 30 miles of beaches only available by boat.  
Yellow Bluff has also been named a "Residential Development of Distinction" by Pulse on America for their America's Best Series that aired on CNN and The Travel Channel. With 56 countries participating, Yellow Bluff received CNBC International Property Awards including Best Development (5 Stars), Best Marina Development (4 Stars) and Best Property Marketing (4 Stars).  Yellow Bluff was featured in the World's Best Magazine.  
For information visit www.yellowbluffcompany.com, or call toll free 1-877-222-6475.
 

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