Dock Pictures From HGTV Dream Home 2016

The coolest thing under the Florida sun is this breezy boat dock, designed to entice both nature-lovers and watersports fans.
By: Peter Walsh

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Rustic White Photography, LLC

Painted Sky

Sunsets on the Indian River are legendary and from the back yard of the house looking out toward the dock, the structure adds an artistic element of surprise.

Long Boards

At about 150 feet long, the dock reaches out into the Indian River, a perfect place to catch the sunset.

Nearly Gone

Just as the setting sun kisses the surface of the water of the Indian River, the darkness envelopes the boathouse and the dock.

Fun Included

A Bryant Speranza boat is included in the HGTV Dream Home 2016 prize package. Luxuriously appointed even in the bow where seating is plush and stylish.

Well Appointed

State of the art with the latest technological gadgets, dashboard of the powerboat resembles those found in race cars.

Up She Goes

A boat lift able to hoist about 10,000 pounds sits under the roof of the open air boat house on the dock. It allows for easy access to maintain the hull of the vessel and store it when not in use.

Up Above

Even the rafters supporting the roof of the boathouse are a work of art. Ample lighting allows for nighttime cleaning of the power boat.

A Sight to Behold

Looking back at the HGTV Dream Home 2016 from the comfort of the boat, the house stands out among the neighbors with its white paint and blue-gray trim.

Another Beautiful View

The house itself, when viewed from the dock, is a beauty to behold nestled in the lushness of the landscape.

Welcoming Walkway

A boardwalk at the edge of the backyard stretches an amazing distance out over the water to the spacious boat dock. 

Easy Care

The dock is made of synthetic wood rendered in a dark, rich hue that mimics the real thing and requires much less maintenance. 

Spot On

Small button lights sunken into the dock boards are discreet by day when turned off but illuminate the walkway brilliantly by nightfall.

Dark Shadows

Even at night, the dock is inviting allowing guests to venture out safely. Button lights sunken into the boards illuminate the way.

Give Me a Sign

Designer David Bromstad created a focal point art piece for the dock directing visitors to points of interest.

Long Boards

At about 150 feet long, the dock reaches out into the Indian River, a perfect place to catch the sunset.

Nightscape

At night, button lights bathe the dock in a soft glow guiding guests to the end and then back to the house.