Sullivan's Island is a great place to live, especially when you are beach front and next to the historic light house that illuminates the sky. This ocean front home is a perfect example of high-end living on the beach. Shiplap walls, multiple coffered ceilings, and faux finished barrel ceiling are only a few samples of the details and finishes we put into this welcoming and beautiful home.
This is not your typical Dewees Island home with its contemporary design. The living area has an open floor plan with tall, open ceilings and exposed architectural trusses. This open area has been carefully divided by freestanding cabinetry which has created separation from room to room. It is sleek and modern while still maintaining a rustic, woodsy feeling.
Overlooking Fort Sumter on the Charleston Harbor, this 7,000 square foot home has it all. Large coffered beams with a multiple piece crown, elaborate full height kitchen, wet bar and cabinets extending throughout the home make this creation stand apart. This luxury home has a children's life size play house located in the play room along with a full arts and crafts room as well. The children have also added their own personal touches to their rooms as displayed in the gallery. Finally, we've completed this home with large Ipe porches and a finished ground floor living area with a pool and spa to create the ultimate luxury outdoor space.
This marsh front home sits tucked away on Dewees Island. The home owner had a variety of tree species from his NC property harvested and milled into much of the wood trim, flooring, and exterior hand split shakes used to finish the house. The entryway features a split level foyer that allows you to look down both the first and second floor hallways. This feature also captures the bridge style construction that creates the second floor hallway. Other amazing features in this home are custom built exposed roof trusses, the radius library and screened porch, copper roof, and geothermal heating and air system.
This three story home utilizes vaulted wood ceilings that extend onto large porches to capture the expansive oceanfront scenes. The home has master bath floors and towel bars heated by a hydronic warming process; an elaborate audio-visual system throughout the house including a flat screen TV that can be viewed through the bathroom mirror; roll down hurricane shutters easily raised and lowered with the flip of a single switch; and a geothermal heating and air system.
This traditional plantation style house features unusual hickory flooring with IPE inlays in the entry foyer; a large custom designed and built kitchen which is accessed through an arched paneled entryway; a dump waiter for easy transport of groceries from the garage to the kitchen; and nicely finished trim throughout the house.
This home is arranged perfectly on the golf course of Wild Dunes. The elevated rear porch and pool really allows these home owners to relax and take advantage of their outstanding view. The infinity edge pool has a built in hot tub with a water fall overflow that acts as a pool heater. This house has a crisp clean feel inside and out and is quite breathtaking.
This unique get away has a wondering layout through the dunes of Dewees Island. The main house sits on the back side of a large sand dune while the two guest retreats are tucked away in the trees on top of the dunes. The guest retreats are connected to the main house by boardwalks and a small bridge, making this feature really uncommon. The interior of the home is entirely made up of shiplap walls and tongue and groove ceilings. No sheet rock here for this island cottage.