194 Station 19 Street, Sullivan's Island, SC 29482
Tastefully appointed, bright and comfortable. The living room has handsome mahogany trim, floor to ceiling windows and doors, and fossilized limestone fireplace. This space is perfect for entertaining guests with a built-in media center, wetbar and beverage center, and open flow into the dining room, kitchen and outdoor living spaces.
The kitchen has custom cabinets with more storage than you could ever fill. The center island is perfect for meal prep and social gatherings. Quartz countertops are low maintenance and the gas range has a pot filler and professional exhaust. Don't miss the walk-in pantry and storage shelf lining the cabinet walls.
The parlor is lined with custom mahogany cabinetry, trim work, and bookshelves. The ceilings and walls are decorated with hand stenciling by local Charleston artist, Karl Beckwith Smith. This a magazine-worthy room that elicits an emphatic "Wow" from anyone who enters.
The entire ocean elevation of this home is lined with outdoor living space. The second floor covered deck offers amazing ocean views and breezes off of the bedrooms and family room. The main floor deck is designed to integrate seamlessly with your indoor living spaces. Massive planters with mature, sculpted aromatic shrubs create a private and lush environment.
Who needs the beach when you have this resort-like pool and spa? On top of that, the landscaping is so lush and private you may not even care about the beach anymore. If you do, there's an access right outside the gate.
The landscaping was thoughtfully designed by Robert Chesnutt, ASLA with privacy and and seasonal interest in mind. Tall Palmettos - SC's state tree - surround the home like sentinels guarding historic Fort Moultrie. Sweet and colorful blooms fill the air in the spring and tall evergreen shrubs give shade all year long. Every corner is tastefully lit for evening appeal and a lawn well with irrigation keeps it all thriving.
Sullivan's Island is home to remarkable battles fought in the Revolutionary War and Civil War. Fort Sumter is visible from the roof top deck and the Sullivan's Island lighthouse is just beyond the crow's nest. In the distance, you can see the Morris Island Light across the Charleston Harbor.
You can leave your flip flops at home because the beach path is right across the street. Start and end your days with a walk on the beach to set your mind at ease and count your blessings for calling this special place "home".