Tuesday, April 24, 2012

OCEAN HOME features DeBordieu Property!

As a guest blogger for OCEAN HOME Magazine, one of my listings was featured today in their online publication under "Real Estate Articles!" Take a look!

"Ocean Front Magnificence on the South Carolina Coast

Exterior view
Designed to maximize the ocean views, capture the breezes and encourage outdoor living, this gorgeous Italian Renaissance style home is located in DeBordieu Colony, just north of Charleston, South Carolina. Inspired by Addison Mizner’s distinctive South Florida architecture, the home showcases remarkable attention to detail in both design and construction.
The excellent floor plan offers a wonderful flow through the spacious rooms which open to outdoor loggias and porches,offering elegant entertainment spaces inside and out, and spectacular views of the Atlantic.
Consisting of 5,700 heated square feet, this home features European stone, tile and hardwood floors, four bedrooms, each with private baths, two living rooms, a study/library,  two half-baths, and dining and morning rooms off  the gourmet kitchen.  Decorative wall and ceiling finishes adorn the unique interior.
Designed by Pawleys Island architect Dwayne Vernon, the construction of the home is poured concrete, with 8” thick walls, a terra-cotta tile roof, hard coat stucco exterior, and stone/ceramic tile terraces – a combination which ensures a minimum of exterior maintenance and maximum structural strength.
The location, beauty, and integrity of this home make it one of the finest properties at DeBordieu. It is currently offered at $2,999,500.
DeBordieu Colony is an oceanfront community located just south of Pawleys Island, South Carolina featuring private golf and tennis, saltwater creek access to the ocean, a manned security gate, and luxury homes and villas surrounded by thousands of acres of wildlife and nature preserves.
For more information, contact Troi Kaz, 843-455-4523, or TroiKaz@DeBordieu.com."
For a complete look at the house and a virtual tour, CLICK HERE! 

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