A notable 5 acre residence, one of just 4 exclusive Lower Waverly estates surrounded by 80 acres of protected land, is nestled ceremoniously on the banks of the Waccamaw River, elegantly hidden behind a stately wrought iron gate with a winding 300 year old oak lined drive, exuding privacy. A mesmerizing showcase of exquisite design and craftsmanship, the interiors feature walnut, cherry, mahogany, hickory, and poplar paneling, beautifully blended with custom millwork, stained lead glass, and brass and crystal chandeliers. Fabulous imported antique English tiles and Italian stairway railings add further luxury touches. Meanwhile, a grand home theater, designed as a nod to the 1920s, combines a historical aesthetic with the latest technology. Elsewhere, a superb kitchen exudes sophistication with custom cherry cabinetry, while two sumptuous master suites delight— both opening to gorgeous outdoor covered spaces. The main floor master suite delivers a splendidly opulent en suite bath and sitting room. Double terraces take sublime advantage of the breathtaking natural landscape, overlooking a mile of unspoiled Intracoastal Waterway and Waccamaw River. This opulent estate, inspired by an 1841 Natchez, Mississippi plantation, with attention to detail at every turn and sweeping, incomparable views will delight the discerning art & real estate connoisseur.
Cable Available, Electricity Available, Other, Phone Available, Underground Utilities, Water Available
Detached, Three Car Garage, Boat, Garage, Garage Door Opener
Dock Access, Intracoastal Access, River Access
Double Oven, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Range, Refrigerator, Range Hood, Dryer, Washer, Trash Compactor, Water Purifier
Balcony, Barbecue, Dock, Sprinkler/Irrigation, Porch, Storage
|Price Reduced from $3,700,000 to $3,495,000|
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