rind, overlooking Goldsborough Creek. The tour features two of the fabulous guest houses. Heron House is named for the tall blue heron sculpture standing in the stairwell window. The original four-bedroom dwelling was renovated from the ground up, involving the reconfiguration of rooms and the addition of a third f loor. The orientation of the house was turned toward the main house at Tamarind, and a large deck was added to join the swimming pool and allow a better view of the creek. A s you approach The Cottage from the water, you are reminded of a country outbuilding that has been updated. The red ex ter ior and tower evoke feelings of times gone by. Both of these charming guest houses were designed and decorated by architect Caroline Boutte.
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MYRTLE GROVE A long lane in the Goldsborough Neck area leads to Myrtle Grove, the oldest portion of which was 34