Featured Property Friday: Life on a Lagoon

When I was making a list of properties to feature on #FeaturedPropertyFriday, 2455 The Haul Over was at the very top! Situated on a cul-de-sac and overlooking a large lagoon with views of the 4th hole of Ocean Winds, + 3,900+ sq ft of living space, it’s a great family home. Although the interior spaces are stunning, this home’s view is what truly makes it unique.

Originally built in 2007 by Tom Berl of Surfside Construction, this stucco home was carefully designed with family in mind with great attention to detail. Unique features include 10 ft ceilings, custom-made cabinet hardware, crown moldings, 12” baseboards, large windows, wide plank Brazilian teak and Travertine flooring and the finest finishes. It was even featured in Charleston Home & Design Magazine in 2008!

The front garden path heads to the house with mahogany, double front doors that open to a welcoming foyer. The great room is straight ahead and has a vaulted ceiling, a gas fireplace, cast stone surround and built-in shelving and cabinets.

Double doors lead to the rear deck that overlooks the lagoon with an Egret nursery and views of the golf course.

The master suite and the Carolina Room off the kitchen also have access to the rear deck. A unique feature here is the screened in gazebo with a “summer kitchen” – grill, refrigerator and seating!

The great room is open to the stunning, gourmet kitchen. Professionally equipped, it is a chef’s dream featuring Sub-Zero, Miele and Wold appliances including a 6-burner gas cooktop and grill, a double oven, warming drawer and a built-in coffee system. It also incorporates custom-designed cabinets, a large center island with seating, granite countertops, stone backsplash and Franke stainless steel sinks. Across the way is a sizable walk-in pantry with floor-to-ceiling shelving.

The Carolina Room is just off the kitchen and has a vaulted cypress ceiling and Travertine flooring. Also on this side of the home are two guest bedrooms with a Jack & Jill bath, a powder room, the laundry room + a spacious, private guest suite with a full bath.

Leading back to the foyer is a built-in bar area with glass shelving, granite countertops, cabinets for storage and a wine cooler. Steps from both the kitchen and the dining room, this is perfect for entertaining!

On the opposite side of the foyer are an office and the luxurious master suite. With a closet to die for, and breathtaking golf and lagoon views, this space is a must-see. The master bath has stone flooring, a large circular walk-in shower, a double vanity with Onyx sinks, a Jacuzzi tub and a custom linen closet.

Additional features of this home include: an elevator, central vacuum, an outdoor shower, under house storage, a water filtration system and a 2-car garage with epoxy flooring, storage cabinets and a work bench.

Perfect for entertaining, and for bird watching!, this home is a sight to be seen!

2455 THE HAUL OVER BY THE NUMBERS:
3,911 square feet 
4 bedrooms • 3.5 baths
Built in 2007
Listed at $1,400,000
*Listed by Seabrook Island Real Estate Sales Executives Mary Ann Lloyd & Kathy Rigtrup

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

3143 Seabrook Island Road ~ SOLD

3575 Seabrook Island Road ~ SOLD

2633 Jenkins Point Road ~ $2,195,000

2975 Seabrook Island Road ~ $585,000

13106 Pelican Watch Villa ~ $399,000

3035 Marsh Haven ~ $2,750,000

2412 High Hammock Road ~ $849,990

3212 Bohicket Road ~ $2,980,000

Thanksgiving Weekend Tour of Homes

3655 Cobia Court ~ $1,998,000

2941 Baywood Drive ~ $865,000

 

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