Grand, One-Of-A-Kind Waterfront Charleston Estate Featured on the Cover of LHM, Charleston and the Lowcountry Issue 8.2
Charleston, SC – May 9, 2022 – This exquisite Charleston waterfront lake estate is in pristine condition and offers incredible custom features inside and out. The grand stone exterior exudes the elegance and grace of an historic English manor. Charming gothic features throughout the home are tastefully and thoughtfully combined with the highest modern technologies, to create the ultimate retreat for those who value the exceptional.
Completed in 2007, every minor detail of this home was painstakingly planned, from the extensive mahogany molding and trim, to the outdoor kitchen and pool cabana, to the bright and airy home gym.
The master suite is fit for a king, with its large dressing room, fireplace and private balcony and spa-like bath with dual powder rooms, heated floors, and even towel warming drawers.
Innumerable features include reclaimed antique heart pine floors and beams, CRESTRON home automation system, incredible pool and loggia with outdoor kitchen, 3 stop elevator, top-of-the line appliances, custom cabinetry throughout, 5 HVAC systems, Belgian leaded glass windows, 6 Rinnai hot water heaters, hand cut stone exterior finishes, whole house filtration system, whole house generator, and so much more. Excellence is achieved without compromise in this magnificent and imposing estate in the desirable Crescent neighborhood.
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About the Listing Agents and Company
Offered by Ruthie Ravenel & Lisa Patterson with Daniel Ravenel SIR | Daniel Ravenel has the community insights and contacts of a ninth-generation Charlestonian. The company is independent, locally owned and all of our counselors are native to Charleston or well-established residents. We are attuned to every nuance of the Lowcountry real estate market, from the Battery to the Beaches, and therefore better able to anticipate and act on opportunities. Since 1983, the company has managed nearly $1 billion in real estate transactions without litigation.
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