Authentic Coastal Living are the words to describe the unmatched grandeur of this home. Having graced the pages of Coastal Living and Custom Builder magazines, there are few words to truly do it justice. The attention to detail (and love of the sea) cannot be missed - from the wave shape of the crown moulding to the cypress ceilings and shiplap throughout. Architect Wayne Rogers modeled one side of the otherwise traditional home after a lighthouse, further adding to the coastal feel. Nods to both the Nantucket and Carolina shores can be found in both interior and exterior elements. Upon entering, a 48” round rose compass is inlaid in the oak floor. From here, the first floor offers 6 bedrooms - four traditional bedrooms and two equipped with large built-in bunk beds. With a living room on this floor as well, there is plenty of space for family & friends of all ages. The second floor boasts 20’ vaulted ceilings and decorative trusses, bringing a wide-open feel to the home’s main living area. The living room, dining room, and kitchen share this open space. The round dining area is located within the lighthouse structure, and allows for plenty of natural light as you sit and entertain guests. The master bedroom and large master bath are also on this floor. Follow an open, winding staircase to the third level to a loft, as well as an observation room on the tower’s top floor, surrounded by 290 degrees of Lowcountry scenery. Adjacent to the Baruch wildlife and nature preserve, the views of DeBordieu’s south end couldn’t be more serene.
Listing courtesy of Peace Sotheby's Intl Realty GT , Perry Peace.
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