Featured Property Friday: A Touch of Tuscany

Now that we have hit December, the countdown is officially on to Christmas (yay!) and the first day of winter (yikes!) Because of our slightly cooler temperatures as of late in the Lowcountry, I have found myself already dreaming of faraway lands of tropical or Mediterranean conditions. Insert this week’s #FeaturedPropertyFriday blog post: “A Touch of Tuscany.”

 3655 Cobia Court offers a touch of Italian flair, right here on Seabrook! If dark woods, rich stones and balconies with ocean views are your jam, you’ll feel perfectly content in this home’s beautifully decorated spaces.

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Originally designed by renowned Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island architect Christopher Rose in 2012, every inch of this Tuscan-style home was impeccably planned and luxuriously appointed. It is dressed throughout in rich stone and hardwood flooring, handsome trims and moldings, arched doorways and some of the finest finishes. Stroll up the front spiral-esque stairway to an arched front door and doorway. The 2-story foyer is DRAMATIC and the curved staircase is a sight to be seen. It opens into the living room with a fireplace with carved stone mantel, which opens to a covered terrace, and leads into the dining room.

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Fostering an easy-flow throughout, step through the dining room to the stunning kitchen. Here Tuscany is best represented! Just check out the photo below, one of my favorite snapshots that Listings in Motion expertly captured that night.

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Both beautiful and functional, the gourmet kitchen features Thermador appliances, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, a center island with seating and storage, stone tile flooring, a 6-burner gas range, a custom refrigerator in a French armoire, a hand-painted ceiling mural over the island, a pantry and French doors that open to a covered patio for al fresco dining. (PHEW!)

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The terraces are the stars of the show here and truly invoke the dreamy feeling of dining in Tuscany!

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Dressed in Caribbean Pine flooring and featuring a private balcony with breathtaking ocean views, the private master suite has two walk-in closets, a marble bath with a steam shower and a soaking tub.

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Additional spaces include: a sunroom/loggia off of the kitchen, a master sitting room, two en suite guest bedrooms with private balconies and a study with a wet bar.

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Why book a plane ticket to Italy when you can experience Tuscany right here on Seabrook Island instead?

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As a reminder, you can read all of my #FeaturedPropertyFriday posts HERE. Below are the spectacular homes we have toured thus far:

  1. 3143 Seabrook Island Road – SOLD
  2. 3575 Seabrook Island Road – SOLD
  3. 2633 Jenkins Point Road – RECENTLY REDUCED ~ $2,295,000
  4. 2975 Seabrook Island Road – LISTED
  5. 13106 Pelican Watch Villa – LISTED
  6. 3035 Marsh Haven – LISTED
  7. 2412 High Hammock Road – LISTED
  8. 3212 Bohicket Road – RECENLTY REDUCED ~ $2,980,000
  9. Thanksgiving Weekend Tour of Homes Preview

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

Holidays on Seabrook Island!

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go…”

Festive decor, holiday happenings and warmer temperatures (comparatively to my friends and family in the Midwest) Charleston (and Seabrook Island!) is a great spot to celebrate the holidays. We have decked the halls already here on Seabrook and my December calendar is already chalk full of holiday events. Some may call me a Christmas fanatic, I am even listening to the Josh Groban Pandora station as I write this blog post, but I can’t help it! I love this time of year. So, without further adieu, I present to you my top 5 sights to see and can’t-miss events in December.

1. Festival of Lights
Daily, 5:30 – 10pm, Monday – Friday; 5:30 – 11pm Saturday & Sunday; Now – January 1st, James Island County Park
Admission: 1-15 guests: $20 per vehicle, $15 per vehicle Monday-Thursday with donation to the Lowcountry Food Bank
Before You Go: www.holidayfestivaloflights.com

If you haven’t yet made your way to the Festival of Lights at the James Island County Park, you are missing.out. Dream up the most magnificent Christmas light display you could possibly dream, now triple that. I LOVE the Festival of Lights so much, that the past 2 years I have gone not once, but TWICE. I simply can’t get enough! The tour begins by car (or, for the lucky passengers a pick-up truck with an open bed) through dozens of light displays in a variety of themes, and thousands of bulbs. But, your night isn’t finished yet! Once you are parked, make your way to Santa’s Village for nightly performances, fire pits, a train ride, treats, souvenir shops and the man in the red suit himself. This is a CAN’T MISS event for kids and adults alike!

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 2. Homegrown Holiday Bazaar
10am – 4pm, December 2nd, Johns Island County Park
Admission: Free
Before You Go: www.seaislandschamber.org/holiday-bazaar

The Homegrown Holiday Bazaar, sponsored by the Johns Island Farmers Market and the Sea Islands Chamber of Commerce, returns for its 4th year this weekend, this time at the Johns Island County Park. Over 100 vendors will be in attendance – it’s the perfect time and place to get your holiday shopping finished! (Because, if you are like me, you may or may not have spent far too much money on yourself over Black Friday weekend.) Come for the shopping, but stay for the live music from the V-Tones, holiday carriage and hay rides, an antique tractor show, horse meet & greets, Santa and food truck fare. + if you are in the mood to shop local this holiday season, be sure to stop by our neighbors Freshfields Village. And fun fact – although officially “closed” for the season, The Charleston Farmers Market  hosts its holiday market from 9am – 3pm on December 2nd & 3rd, 9th & 10th and 16th & 17th.

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 3. City of Charleston Parade
3pm, December 3rd, Broad Street – King Street – Calhoun Street & Meeting Street
Before You Go: www.charleston-sc.gov/index.aspx?NID=1510

Last year I attended the City of Charleston Christmas parade with my favorite 2 year-old bestie in tow, and we had the best time! If boat parades aren’t your jam, head down to King Street for a festive and fun holiday spectacular this Sunday. Local organizations, companies and famous faces will stroll the streets of downtown blaring Christmas tunes. Before you go, be sure to click the link above for the parade route, a list of road closures and parking ramp suggestions. Fa la la la la!

 4. Bohicket Christmas Parade of Boats
6-9pm, December 9th, Bohicket Marina & Market
Admission: Free
Before You Go: www.bohicket.com/events

You may have heard of the downtown Charleston Holiday Parade of Boats, but we also have a boat parade right here on Seabrook! Does it get more Lowcountry than that? Returning only for its second year, the Bohicket Christmas Parade of Boats not only showcases stunning light displays, the Charleston Coastal Choir will also be on island singing Christmas carols, and there will be s’mores and hot chocolate by the fire. Plus, The Ice Cream Boat  is sponsoring an ugly Christmas sweater contest and the winner receives FREE ICE CREAM FOR A YEAR. That should be enticing enough, right?

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5. Check out the Christmas Tree at the Lake House + Holiday Decor at the Club! 

Although the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Seabrook Island Lake House has come and gone, the festive atmosphere on Seabrook will continue throughout the month. As mentioned above, Seabrook Island’s halls have officially been decked, including a nearly 12 ft Christmas tree right here in the Seabrook Island Real Estate front lobby! From the life-size toy soldiers facing the golf course to several indoor Christmas trees throughout the Island, be sure to soak it all in this holiday season.

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+ don’t forget to stop by Marion Square downtown to see a seriously cool Christmas tree!

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Christmas in Charleston is too is magical, too spectacular – it would be nearly impossible to list all of the events and recommendations here. So, be sure to check out the Charleston CVB for its tips and tricks on how to spend Christmas in the Lowcountry. It offers everything from a holiday event schedule, to gift ideas, to restaurant recommendations for tasty holiday feasts. + be sure to read the CVB’s “12 Reasons Why There’s No Place Like Charleston for the Holidays,” and tune into its advent calendar in December! Beginning on the 1st, it will be sharing gifts, recipes and traditions daily to celebrate #ChristmasinCharleston. AND for all events, happenings and news here on Seabrook, be sure to follow and subscribe to Tidelines Blog.

Happy Holidays, y’all!

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

Featured Property Friday: Tour of Homes Edition

Join the Seabrook Island Real Estate agents from 1-3pm TOMORROW, November 25th for a Tour of Homes event! The 15 different properties listed below will all be open – check it out, click the links for more info.  (Properties listed in descending order by price, highest priced – lowest priced.)

1. 2957 Deer Point Drive ~ $949,000

Welcoming home featuring a bright, open floor plan with an enviable marsh front location.

5 BRs, 3.5 BAs. Apx. 3,301 sq ft.

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2. 2612 Seabrook Island Road ~ $899,000

Beautiful, custom Lowcountry home built with high quality materials with spectacular golf and lagoon views.

3 BRs, 3.5 BAs. Apx. 3,450 sq ft.

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3. 2412 High Hammock Road ~ $899,000

Stunning ranch home with stunning architectural details and great golf views.

3 BRs, 3.5 BAs. Apx. 3,108 sq ft.

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4. 1737 Live Oak Park ~ $874,000

Lovely townhome on Bohicket Creek with spectacular sunset views of Cherry Point and Rockville.

3 BRs, 2.5 BAs. Apx. 2,352 sq ft.

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5. 1021 Crooked Oaks Lane ~ $787,000

Wonderful, beautifully maintained St. Christopher Oaks home featuring an open floor plan and great golf views.

4 BRs, 4 BAs. Apx. 2,514 sq ft.

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6. 1006 Crooked Oaks Lane ~ $725,000

Stunning St. Christopher Oaks home featuring an open floor plan, a sun room and hardwood floors.

4 BRs, 3.5 BAs. Apx. 2,596 sq ft.

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7. 2425 Andell Way ~ $649,000

Private home on a cul-de-sac and the 10th hole and lagoon of Crooked Oaks Golf Course.

4 BRs, 4.5 BAs. Apx. 3,050 sq ft.

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8. 2626 High Hammock Road ~ $629,000

Great golf course home situated on one of the highest points on Seabrook Island.

3 BRs, 2.5 BAs. Apx. 2,800 sq ft.

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9. 2975 Seabrook Island Road ~ $599,000

Darling yellow house on the lagoon – one floor living at its best.

3 BRs, 3 BAs. Apx. 2,383 sq ft.

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10. 2520 The Bent Twig ~ $579,000

One-of-a-kind, architecturally designed, custom-built home with a contemporary flair and expansive fairway views.

3 BRs, 3.5 BAs. Apx. 2,949 sq ft.

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11. 2991 Hidden Oak Drive ~ $559,000

Wonderful Hidden Oaks home offering convenience, location and great living space.

4 BRs, 3 BAs. Apx. 2,436 sq ft.

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12. 4004 Bridle Trail Drive ~ $499,000

Charming home featuring the most popular Village at Seabrook floor plan with an open living room and kitchen.

3 BRs, 2.5 BAs. Apx. 2,228 sq ft.

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13. Salt Marsh Townhomes ~ Prices Starting $695K

Luxury townhomes on the marsh! Seabrook Island’s newest townhome community.

Tour 3 different units: 2067 Sterling Marsh Lane ($725,000), 2011 Sterling Marsh Lane ($525,000) + 2062 Sterling Marsh Lane (Salt Marsh’s newest floor plan, the Edisto.)

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If traveling from off Island, please visit the Seabrook Island Real Estate office just before entering the gate for brochures, a map and to arrange gate access. While on island, look for balloons to distinguish the open houses. We hope to see you tomorrow afternoon!

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

 

Lowcountry Living on Seabrook Island: Spotlight on the Village at Seabrook

“The Village at Seabrook is a 42-acre Planned Unit Development, of 101 homesites, that combines the neighborly feel of Island communities from the past, with the amenities of a modern neighborhood.”

The Village at Seabrook worked its way into my heart, and is now one of my favorite Seabrook Island “neighborhoods!” With styles straight out of Charleston, with charming front porches and painted in pretty hues of light green and sea blue to name a few, this collection of homes give off a Lowcountry feel, right here on the coast.

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Built in the 2000s, the Village is one of Seabrook’s newest communities. When it was originally constructed, builders were aiming to create a true Village atmosphere on Seabrook. Located near and and on the Seabrook Island Lake House Fitness & Wellness Center at Palmetto Lake, this well thought out community is comprised of 3-4 bedroom single-family homes offering several different floor plans ranging from 1,700-2,900 sq ft. Additional features include open floor plans, an abundance of windows, metal roofing and those quintessential Lowcountry front porches. (Pictured below: 3005 Seabrook Village Drive.)

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The Village also has two community pools, two pool houses, an oyster shed and a picnic area, and is within walking distance to the Seabrook Island Racquet Club, Equestrian Center, Bohicket Marina and Freshfields Village. With a great location, spacious interiors and community amenities, these homes also make excellent rental properties and are a spectacular spot to call home.

Buy in The Village at Seabrook:

1. 3005 Seabrook Village Dr – $525,000

3 BRs, 2.5 BAs ~ Hardwood Floors & Granite Countertops

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2. 4004 Bridle Trail Dr – $499,000

3 BRs, 2.5 BAs ~ Tastefully Furnished & Beautifully Decorated

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3. 4008 Bridle Trail Dr – $515,000

4 BRs, 3 BAs ~ Full Front Porch on Both Levels

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4. 4028 Bridle Trail Dr – $525,000

3 BRs, 2.5 BAs ~ Hardwood Floors & Granite Countertops

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Build in the Village at Seabrook:

1. Search for current homesites in the Village at Seabrook.

2. New Construction Homes in the Village at Seabrook:

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– ARB pre-approved, Mike Karamus Architect Designs

– 2 lots & 4 models to choose from

– 1,900 – 2,400 climate controlled sq ft

– 3 or 4 bedroom plans, each with 3 full baths and main level master suite

– Features: luxury kitchen, upscale finishes throughout, gas fireplace and elevator optional

– Emphasis on indoor air quality

– Prices start at $660,000

Location, location, location – although the ocean is a bike ride away, the Village is near a different type of ACTION on the Island. It is the perfect alternative for those seeking a villa-type community, but with additional square footage.

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

Featured Property Friday: Serenity on Bohicket Creek

Every once in a while, our agents venture off island to list a property. So when agent Emery told me a few weeks back that she was listing a deepwater ESTATE (cue the happy dance) just a short drive down Bohicket Road on Johns Island, I was over-the-moon excited. Spoiler alert: 3212 Bohicket Road lived up to the hype.

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It was a JOY to sit and chat with the homeowner that day and learn the story of her home. She and her husband built back in 2000, and hand picked each and every exquisite detail. From the 10’ double front doors hand carved in Costa Rica to the gorgeous 5” Red Oak hardwood floors, every piece was thoughtfully chosen. I mean, have you ever seen prettier doorknobs?

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The floor plan itself was built to take full advantage of the home’s view of Bohicket Creek. Straight through the front doors is a spectacular great room featuring a wall of large windows showcasing a one-of-a-kind view.

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But first, to the right of the foyer is a quaint and cozy library. Featuring a gas-burning fireplace, built-ins, American Wormy Chestnut hardwood floors – which although sound gross, are seriously beautiful – it’s the perfect room for an at-home office.

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I could gush about this room for several more paragraphs, but let’s get back to the great room. Effortlessly combining the living room, dining room and kitchen, this space is, simply put, massive. (We’re talking 41’ x 41’ big.) The living space features a fireplace, built-ins and wet bar.

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And the kitchen? A chef’s dream. Features here include: custom Siematic cabinetry, a 4.5’ x 10’ center island covered with solid maple butcher block with salad sink, Subzero refrigerator, 2 Subzero refrigerator drawers, Scotsman wine chiller, Jenn-Air 6-burner microwave and Bosch dishwasher.

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In the hallway directly behind the kitchen houses the perfect space for party prep: a large pantry and additional counter and cabinet space. This hallway also connects to the front family room.

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On the opposite side of the first floor is the stunning master suite. Perfectly designed, this relaxing space has a fireplace, a large custom walk-in closet, and a marble bath with a garden tub, dual vanities and a walk-in shower.

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Upstairs are two guest bedrooms with custom closets, an additional bath and a small family room. Let’s move on to the GROUNDS shall we?

3212 Bohicket Road is not only a uniquely beautiful home, it also sits on 5.5 acres of land. With access from the master suite and family room, and affording those views that we all yearn for, the rear deck is the perfect spot for a morning cup of coffee or evening happy hour.

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A few steps down is a beautifully landscaped and lit 16’ x 50’ lap pool. To the left is a 1 bedroom, 1 bath guesthouse, perfect for rental income or out of town guests, a greenhouse and a 2-car garage.

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Although there are far too many features to list here, other notable details include: a 900-bottle wine cellar, 715’ dock with pier head, floating dock, electric boat lift and lights, and hurricane shutters.

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This is the epitome of a deepwater Johns Island estate in the prestigious Orange Hill Plantation section of Bohicket Road. With sunsets like these, why would you want to spend your nights anywhere else?

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PS. I had an exceptionally hard time picking which photos to feature this week. Can you blame me? To see additional photos, check out 3212 Bohicket Road on our property search page.

3212 BOHICKET ROAD BY THE NUMBERS:
4,475 square feet 
3 bedrooms • 2.5 baths
Built in 2000
Listed at $3,300,000
*Listed by Seabrook Island Real Estate Sales Executive Emery Macpherson

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

Seabrook Island Real Estate on the Road – Bluejack National

Kristina Skalak, the Seabrook Island Club Marketing Director, and I took a trip to Houston last month to take part in the third annual meeting of the Franklin Club! This is an organization put together by PGA Magazine and includes a myriad of Developers, Broker and Marketing types from golf communities all over the country. We met at a new community called “Bluejack National” where Tiger Woods has just finished his first golf course designed in the United States.

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The Franklin Club is an interesting group of real world entrepreneurs, and I am always struck by their overriding optimism and desire to search for new things that their clients want to see in today’s golf communities. There is never any doom and gloom talk about when the stock market will have its next crash or why golf rounds are down. Rather, it’s about the new ways communities are finding to provide a fun, family environment. We heard a lot of talk about “short courses,” the trend toward courses designed with no specific number of holes and with shorter holes so it can be played more quickly and by all members of the family.

When we took the tour of Tiger’s new full 18-hole course, we were surprised to find that it was purposely designed so players would find their balls quickly in the “rough” (if you could call it that.) He made it virtually impossible to lose a ball. The plan is to have low, smooth grass within the trees lining the fairways.

We also found “Blake’s Fishing Dock & Fish Camp” situated along a pond, right out on the golf course, where kids of all ages could learn to fish from a full-time Club fishing guide – right out of Old Man and the Sea.

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Before getting ready to tee of the 12 hole par three, members take a minute at the “Jerky Shack” to have Jerky or Smoked Pork, and a beer or bourbon on tap. Even the golf carts were four-seaters, designed for full family use.

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In the roundtable discussions, we heard stories about the same trends towards more active and family oriented activities, which complemented traditional golf, from communities in Snake River, to San Lucas, from Baldhead to the Bahamas and well beyond. We had a great time, thank you to the Franklin Club, PGA Magazine and Bluejack National for the invitation!

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Joe Salvo
Broker-In-Charge
843.768.7796 • jsalvo@seabrookislandclub.com

Featured Property Friday: An Architecturally Impressive Golf Home

Although it has one of the best golf views on Seabrook, it’s the architectural details – the marble foyer, tray ceilings, white columns and beautiful hardwood floors – and easy flow floor plan that set 2412 High Hammock Road apart from other golf homes on the Island. Its rear porch alone, running nearly the length of the house!, is a feature to swoon over.

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This home is one floor living at its best! A ranch home perfect for those looking to avoid cumbersome stairs. Through the large mahogany front doors is the first of two open living spaces, of which the current owners have chosen to use as a dining and living space. It also has access to the rear deck.

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To the right of the entry way is the master bathroom with beautiful windows, plenty of natural light and deck access. Its bath has a soaker tub, dual vanities and large walk-in shower featuring a custom mural.

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The open-concept dining/living room flows to the eat-in kitchen and family room. Plenty of cabinet space, bar top island, dual ovens, fireplace, a large wall of windows + access to the rear deck make this room perfect for entertaining!

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Also off of the kitchen is a quaint, privately enclosed patio – very reminiscent of an Italian bistro, and the ideal spot for dining al fresco.

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But my favorite room of the house? The LIBRARY, complete with book shelves and a library ladder. Remember that scene in Beauty and the Beast where Belle effortlessly rides the book shop ladder while belting out “little town, it’s a quiet village?” That’s the dream.

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Additional spaces include 2 en suite guest bedrooms, a powder room, laundry room, plenty of storage space and a 2-car garage. But I admit it – with a nearly unbeatable golf course and pond view, I would want to spend all of my time here. Can you blame me?

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2412 HIGH HAMMOCK ROAD BY THE NUMBERS:
3,108 square feet 
3 bedrooms • 3.5 baths
Built in 2002
Listed at $899,000
*Listed by Seabrook Island Real Estate Sales Executives Trish & John Ernstrom

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

Featured Property Friday: Coastal Charm on the Marsh

Photographing a home decorated to coastal perfection was on the agenda last week. And the minute we stepped into 3035 Marsh Haven, we were in awe. Because let me tell you, this view lives up to the hype.

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Situated on one of my favorite streets on Seabrook, professionally decorated 3035 Marsh Haven fits into the Island life seamlessly. Outfitted in coastal tones of blues and greens, and accented with whites and crisp neutrals, it is the ideal spot for a vacation getaway or a homeowner looking to live that #lowcountrylife. So let’s tour this thing, shall we?

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Stroll up the ivy-covered steps to a picture-perfect front porch. The grand, solid front doors open to the most breath-taking open floor plan – a living/dining/kitchen combo with effortless flow. A wood-burning, brick fireplace surrounded by custom built-ins, with a peek of blue, flank one side of the living room. On the other side, a wet bar, featuring gorgeous tile backsplash, glass-front cabinetry and a wine refrigerator separates this space from the dining room.

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Showcasing unbelievable views, truly a must see to believe sight, sliding glass doors open to a marshfront rear porch and screened porch, complete with dual porch swings. Real talk: THIS is my new ideal spot for my morning cup of coffee. Stairs lead down to a grilling deck, dock and boat lift.

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Y’all, this kitchen though:

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It’s a top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite countertops, Sub-zero refrigerator, Wolf range, warming drawer, pantry, dine-at bar and open dining room. The homeowner brilliantly took full advantage of the views here too.

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With a stunning bath and access to the screened porch, the master suite will blow you away. An office, powder room and laundry room complete the first floor.

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Upstairs is the perfect space for kiddos to hang out! This gathering space includes a wet bar, with that stunning tile work, and a great deck. You will also find an additional 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on the second floor.

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With its beautiful furnishings, uniquely wonderful light fixtures, crazy cool details and THESE VIEWS, 3035 Marsh Haven may have just taken the crown as my new favorite home on Seabrook Island.

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3035 MARSH HAVEN BY THE NUMBERS:
4,424 square feet 
4 bedrooms • 4.5 baths
Built in 2005
Listed at $2,900,000
*Listed by Seabrook Island Real Estate Sales Executives Chip Olsen, Patsy Zanetti & Stuart Rumph

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

 

Featured Property Friday: A Nautical Themed Renovation

The Pelican Watch Villas = Vacation. They showcase spectacular ocean views and are just steps from the ocean and the Seabrook Island Beach Club. Generally speaking, they feature 1 bedroom and 2 baths, making them perfect units for renters! And 13106 specifically? Well, its renovation is a can’t miss.

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Trek up on to the upper level, pop open the door, and you are immediately transported to Nantucket. But with its coastal style, the unit fits right in on Seabrook Island too. This gem’s living room features a wood ceiling, stunning gray wainscoting paneling and has access to the deck – making for a spectacular view, and the perfect spot to watch the sun go down!

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Fun fact: it is also one of Coastal Getaway’s top-grossing Pelican Watch Villas! (And brought in $52,000 in 2015 alone.) #FunFactFriday

The fully updated kitchen is open to the living room and has rich cream cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, unique light fixtures and a taupe gray backsplash.

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Both baths have also been fully updated with granite countertops, tile floors, cream cabinets and new fixtures.

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Fully renovated and fully furnished with hardwood floors throughout, 13106 Pelican Watch is unlike any other Pelican – nay any other villa – on Seabrook.

13106 PELICAN WATCH VILLA BY THE NUMBERS:
906 square feet 
1 bedroom • 2 baths
Built in 1982
Listed at $439,000
*Listed by Seabrook Island Real Estate Sales Executives Mary Ann Lloyd & Kathy Rigtrup

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com

Featured Property Friday: Charleston Charm on Seabrook Island

We all know the house – the buttery yellow house nestled on Seabrook Island Road with the oh so charming front window boxes and black shutters shutters. (Making 2975 Seabrook Island Road an easy fit both here on the Island and in downtown Charleston.) So when I was given the task of photographing this gem a few weeks back, I was thrilled to see that its interior spaces fit its exterior.

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2975 Seabrook Island Road‘s charm continues on up its ivy-covered front steps. Its glass-paneled front door opens to a great room – large enough for both a dining table and living space. With its trayed ceiling, crown moldings, fireplace and darling rear windows, it’s the architectural details in this home that make it stand out above the rest.

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The great room opens to a screened porch and rear deck. And BONUS. This home overlooks a lagoon. Swoon!

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To the left of the great room is the eat-in kitchen with white cabinetry and appliances and the laundry room. Its windows at the far end make for a perfect breakfast nook. The hardwood floors continue in here too, and the entire home was just freshly painted.

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The master suite, with access to the deck, is to the right. Its bathroom features beautiful tiled floors, dual sinks, a walk-in shower and a walk-in closet. Two guest bedrooms and an additional bath complete the first floor. Upstairs is an additional surprise – a massive FROG, with a full bath to boot!

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If charm is your goal this Fall when house hunting, you can’t do better than the yellow house.

2975 SEABROOK ISLAND ROAD BY THE NUMBERS:
2,383 square feet 
3 bedrooms • 3 baths
Built in 1998
Listed at $599,000
*Listed by Seabrook Island Real Estate Sales Executives Pat Polychron & Tom Peck

Kelly Butorac
Marketing Coordinator
843.768.7789 • kbutorac@seabrookislandmarketing.com