The largest ocean frontage available on Kiawah Island at 215 feet, priced below market value, and one lot can also be subdivided! Truly a unique opportunity. This property also gives the discerning buyer a beautiful opportunity on the most historic street on Kiawah Island. This is an amazing opportunity to build a spectacular, creative home complex, with private beach access, in an idyllic oceanfront setting...approximately 215 feet of beach frontage. This is a rare setting, combining two adjacent parcels, presenting a very large building envelope overlooking Kiawah Island's pristine 10-mile beach and the Atlantic Ocean. The opportunity to join the exclusive, private Kiawah Island Club, with a full golf membership, is also available with this combined purchase. A total of 1.09 acres,
The Governor's House Inn, also known as the Laurens-Rutledge House, was built in 1760 by James Laurens in the Georgian style, and sits on nearly 1/2 an acre just outside the original walled city, on the site of the former Charleston Orange Garden. Though it has been altered and added onto since construction, this grand double house boasting Greek Revival wrap around piazzas is a Category 3 House and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for it's association with Edward Rutledge, signer of the Declaration of Independence, who purchased the home in 1788. The mansion and kitchen house is now used as an 11-room historic Inn with an Innkeepers studio, but the city allows for up to 14 guest rooms, or it could easily be converted back into a spectacular single family home.
2604 Palm & 2606 Palm offer a compound on the oceanfront, with 2 houses, on a 2.5 acre beach site. The grounds are expansive, with rolling dunes, lush palms, live oak & unparalleled views. Completely enclosed privacy fences & lawns that are simply not found beachfront. Healthy property & rare opportunity to own two homes, for your family's enjoyment, or paired with lucrative rental options. Rent one, stay in other, switch between them- both properties are designed as classic American beach homes. 2606 Palm is one of the oldest homes on the island, elevated & expanded with flanking east & west wings. Meanwhile, 2604 Palm is newly renovated Ilderton home, designed as a classic lowcountry beach house with sleek & refined finishes reminiscent of life on a yacht. Enjoy a rare island compound.
This magnificent home, built across two lots, with its welcoming porte cochere, guest house and wide deck, Infinity pool and spa lends itself to both small family gatherings or large scale living and entertaining. Purchase includes an additional 1.03 acre Lot 7B with walk-way and two floating docks providing deep-water access to the Kiawah River. A Kiawah Island Club membership opportunity is available-Golf.Designed by world renowned architect, Mark Finlay, beautiful craftsmanship is evident, as seen in every room having exceptional architectural detail including custom mill-work, wide baseboard, crown molding, wainscoting, columns and balustrades. Only the finest materials have been used in construction, to withstand the intense island climate, including treated, stained cedar shingle
+/-404 acre sportsman paradise with endless possibilities. (Additional land may be purchased) Located just 6 miles outside of historic Camden, this farm offers a peaceful country setting, with easy access to neighboring metropolitan areas. Developed to the highest quality of standards including a 10,000 sq ft, 5 BR main house, 1600 sq ft, 3 BR guest house, heated & cooled barn/warehouse complete with event venue, kitchen w/ walk in game freezer & office, plus a climate controlled dog kennel. Rolling hills, mature hardwoods, pastures, 2 stocked ponds, food plots, dove/quail fields, orchards & wildlife throughout. Hundreds of acres of undeveloped land has scenic elevation changes & excellent building locations for future expansion. Consulting work has already been completed to convert the entire property into a private shooting/hunt club. Would also make a fantastic equestrian subdivision. This land is almost completely surrounded by either protected wetlands or land owned by a family trust. State of the art amenities include Brazilian cherry floors, salvaged antique heart pine walls, custom stainless steel counters, elevator, full basement w/ 5000 bottle wine cellar & media room, 3/4 mile paved driveway, custom ironwork automatic gated entrance, two 75KW generators, irrigation systems & more!
Old Village deepwater harbor front home with private dock nestled on a high bluff overlooking the Charleston Harbor, downtown Charleston, Ravenel Bridge and Fort Sumter. Stunning home built by Daly and Sawyer in 2008 and completely renovated in 2018 for a more modern and timeless aesthetic. This 6 BR, 6.5 BA with over 6500 sq ft home is elegantly designed for luxurious living. The first floor boasts an open floor plan that includes a true chef's kitchen as well as a catering kitchen for greater ease when entertaining. The kitchen is embellished with state of the art stainless appliances, multiple refrigerators, multiple sinks, custom cabinetry, large center island and beautiful natural stone countertops. The kitchen opens to the family room enhanced with a handsome fireplace that
A striking architectural treasure on a high bluff overlooking the Intracoastal waterway, 1926 Maybank rivals great estates on the East Coast in sophistication, quality & elegance. Nestled among ancient oak trees on 2 acres overlooking the pristine Lowcountry waterway, this home has no match on the market today. Thoughtfully designed by Dufford & Young, carefully completed in 2006 by Cook Bonner Construction, & lovingly maintained by the original owners, this property is ready for the most discerning buyer. Open floor plan, gleaming hardwoods, heavy moldings, mosaic tiles, custom cabinetry - details sure to satisfy modern tastes. 7 minutes to Downtown Charleston, this home is perfectly located to enjoy all of Charleston's charms but maintaining privacy & tranquility behind your gates.
Longwood is a historic rice plantation on the East Branch of the Cooper River 45 minutes from Charleston. The area is rural & made up mostly of other plantations including Quinby, Halidon Hill, Middleburg, Cedar Hill, and Bonneau Ferry. Many properties including Longwood have been protected by conservation easements which allow for continued historic uses such as hunting, farming and timbering, yet discourage future development. The plantations here are almost 300 years old and among the most beautiful in the South. .Longwood has a mile of waterfront on the Cooper River. Its land is spectacular with woodlands, rolling pastures, lakes and rice fields. The main house is on a hill surrounded by live oaks with wonderful views in all directions. Other bldgs. include a managers house, stabl
Welcome to ''Palm Breeze'', a stunning oceanfront oasis with breathtaking views from one of your 4 private decks including a spacious rooftop deck with 360 degree views of the island. Enjoy a luxurious heated plunge pool with spa along with a swim-up bar and underwater stools, as you lunch from your professional grade gas grill while enjoying sparking ocean views. Step from your master bedroom to the pool for a private midnight swim! You'll love the private winding beach path made of brick pavers and boardwalk with roping leading to your own private Gazebo. The fully equipped Gourmet Chef's kitchen includes professional grade Wolf appliances. Open and spacious design. Property brings in around $300,000 a year. Please hit the ''more'' button for additional important info.
With uninterrupted views of the Atlantic, an expansive interior and alluring outdoor living spaces, this oceanfront Isle of Palms home has it all. The rare double lot offers 0.84 acres and 150 feet of beach frontage with ocean views as far as the eye can see. The property was extensively renovated in 2013 by custom home builder Rhodes Residential Builders and features a like-new home with elegant, high-end finishes by Amy Trowman Design throughout its three stories. A full front porch welcomes you into the home where you are greeted by a two-story foyer with soaring ceilings, marble floors and clear sight lines to the ocean. The great room faces the beach with a wall of sliding glass doors opening to the covered porch and rear deck--an ideal spot to enjoy cool breezes and the soothing
One of the finest major surviving Italianate buildings erected in Charleston before the civil war. The front facade features an L-shaped asymmetrical plan with pedimented front gable and arched wooden loggias. The scale, interior arrangement and its ornamentation are ideal for social gatherings. There is a semi-circular staircase lit by an octagonal skylight. There are four bedrooms in the main house, a large eat in kitchen and numerous sitting rooms. At the rear of the property are the original dependencies which provide a two car garage and two separate one bedroom apartments. The lot is one of the largest in the neighborhood with a high privacy wall and plenty of room to build a pool and outdoor entertaining area.
The John Blake House, Circa 1800, is an L-shaped, two and a half story black cypress and heart pine frame structure that sits on a high masonry foundation on a double lot. This sturdy post revolutionary, Category 3 home is classified as ''Valuable'' in the book ''This is Charleston,'' and, according to John Poston in ''The Buildings of Charleston,'' survived the natural disasters of the 19th century that many surrounding buildings of the same period did not. Behind the wrought iron gates lies an old parterre, restored in the 1980s and separated from a manicured lawn by an archway. The first floor piazza overlooks the old parterre and is accessed from the main entry.