This home was designed from a home from the 1840's from a plan featured in Southern Living Magazine by the Moser Design Group. The owners have added to the original plan by adding an oversized detached garage and a nearly 400 square foot carriage house above the garage also known as a mother-in-law suite or 4th bedroom. Also added was a Charleston courtyard with fountain and pavers. The owners traveled throughout the US to find items from old historical homes being renovated or torn down. Garage carriage lights are from a beachfront mansion in Newport Rhode Island. Gates from the 1800's from NYC and Philadelphia homes. Doors from a Charleston home, a mahogany front door with beveled glass from a home in Columbia. A fireplace mantle from an old area beachfront home. The list of design items unique to this home just goes on and on. There are stories abounding in each room of this modern day classic home. The owners have a bevy of ducks, turtles and birds that visit the back yard each day to be fed. The current owners will leave plenty of food for this daily ritual to continue. This is far from any cookie cutter home and you would hard pressed to find a more authentic recreation of a home from days gone by. The hot water heater is green certified, it figures consumption and cost of electricity during peak times and adjusts itself to run more efficiently. A pump has been added to the water line to allow for quicker hot water at the faucet. All overhead can lights contain LED bulbs and all windows are coated with reflective heat resistant material that keeps the home cooler in the summer. The home is also positioned such that the morning sun is on the front porch/side porch and the afternoon sun is on the courtyard.
Listing courtesy of CENTURY 21 Boling & Associates , Tom Badurski. Selling Office: BRG , Osborn Team.
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