Isle Of Palms
Where: Charleston, South Carolina
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
Private, Pristine, and Expertly designed, this 3 story masonry Charleston Single House with a pool and separate guest house sits on a ''street to street'' lot on East Tradd--South of Broad. Sophisticated and charming, this marvelous home is in turn-key condition and provides a level of interior finish and detail the most discerning buyer will appreciate. This high lot is located in a non-hazardous X Flood Zone, and the 5,947 ft main house boasts grand, light filled rooms room with high ceilings. Perfectly stained, hand milled heart of pine flooring can be found throughout the home. A combined dining, chef's kitchen and family room provides an brilliant space to dine and entertain family and friends. A substantial marble island with seating is the focal point of the kitchen,
A very unique and charming home situated among old oak trees and historic homes on a spacious lot with parking and well-manicured outdoor space. Two stories with new bedroom and new large bath on the first floor. The second floor has 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths, with a deck off each bedroom. Sitting in the living area and kitchen, you have a view of the garden and entertaining area among the historic oak trees. Renovated 3 years ago. A must see!
The Inglis Arch House, built in 1787, was completely rebuilt in 2004 by artisans who specialize in restoration. The first floor flows through two entries, powder room, a grand eat-in kitchen with fireplace, and into an atrium den/dining room with glass doors opening to the terrace. The second floor has a big glamorous entertaining room, an elegant bedroom suite with private bath and a professional quality utility room. The third floor contains two large bedrooms supported by two baths and walls of closets. The fourth floor, also reached by elevator, is a rooftop terrace with views spanning the Charleston Harbor. We should note this is located in an X Flood Zone, with no flood insurance required or ever needed during current ownership.