Isle Of Palms
Where: Charleston, South Carolina
Located in the prestigious South of Broad neighborhood, 9 Limehouse Street is situated on a spacious .43 acre lot on the west side of the Charleston peninsula just south of Tradd Street. THIS HOUSE HAS NEVER FLOODED - EVEN DURING HURRICANE HUGO. You are welcomed by stunning details, including original intricate custom crown molding, hardwood floors, six fireplaces and multiple grand porches. Perfect for entertaining with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and 4,997 square feet, and includes a 900 square foot cottage that has been used as a successful bed & breakfast by the current owners. This historic home was built in 1856 by its original owner William Pinckney Shingler and has been meticulously cared for ever since. Live the true Charleston lifestyle in this fantastic home!
Stately 1924 replica of the Twickenham Plantation house, located on Charleston's iconic Murray Boulevard waterfront. Generous deep porches welcome you into this light-filled home, with large windows providing direct views of the water and passing boats. Built in the Federal style, this double house has large front rooms connected across the entrance hall, with kitchen, sunroom, and den in the rear. Ideally suited for entertaining and family life. A covered piazza off the sunroom provides an inviting connection to the large private walled garden with grand oaks and beautifully planted beds. The master suite occupies half of the second floor, boasting views of the water from the bedroom, and a massive walk-in closet complete with numerous built-ins and dressing area. The upper hall
Grand Spanish Revival 2893sft plus an additional 232sft for finished cellar for a grand total of 3125sft of usable, air-conditioned space. Home has formal living, formal dining, large kitchen with pantry and mudroom, full finished attic flex space, finished 232sft cellar/entertaining space, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and including an inground pool, two-car garage, summer kitchen and fully fenced 85*122sft double corner lot (.24 acres) facing Hampton Park. National Register of Historic Places describes this circa 1920 bungalow/Spanish Revival influenced home as follows: Hipped roof with pedimented gable projections, gable dormers, an engaged porch at facade, with piers and apron wall, deck extending around the east (President Street facing) elevatio
Where: Seabrook Island, South Carolina
Built with the "universal design" concept, this exceptional home offers an open and welcoming floor plan with beautiful golf course views. Filled with natural light from the large windows, the open floor plan combines the kitchen, living, and dining rooms together; perfect for Seabrook's comfortable, upscale lifestyle. The spacious kitchen boasts two generously sized kitchen islands, gas stove top, double wall ovens, white cabinetry, Corian counters, an abundance of storage and counter space and a breakfast nook. On the opposite side of the home lies the master suite, with a sitting room, his & her bathrooms and walk-in closets and access to the screened porch and large rear deck. Also, on the first floor is an en suite bedroom highlighted by a walk-in tile shower, double vanity and