A blissful melody of low country eloquence has been intertwined with a sleek and modern construction at 1952 Longcreek. Designed by the notable New York architect, Eric J. Smith and built by the top-notch builder, Wadmalaw Island resident Simon Black. It is not a wonder how this master plan of a home they created together flourished into a true masterpiece. Located twenty minutes from Historic Charleston you will appreciate the convenience to town as well as the luxury of being situated in a gated community, on the waterfront with a private dock, solar floater and just over three acres of serenity. Step inside the main residence and immediately you are greeted with 11 foot ceilings, Wisconsin flagstone in the entryway floor and natural shiplap on the walls as well as the ceilings. Just tothe right is the magnificent kitchen and it has been complimented with Reclaimed Vermont barn wood cabinetry, brick masonry, a LACANCHE range (one is electric oven and one gas oven), exposed beams a spacious island, an elevated gas fireplace and a generous picture window. The walk-in pantry has and abundance of shelving, storage and a refrigerator for additional storage was another key convenience. Just outside of the pantry is the mud room that has own entrance as well as a laundry room connected-it was genius to combine the two features! To top it off the pool access is just adjacent to this location creating the ideal flow in the home. The primary bedroom has newly installed electronic black out shades and the closet has custom built in shelving with an adjoining bathroom that affords dual vanity sinks, a soaking tub as well as a walk-in shower. There are two additional guest bedrooms, an adorable bunk bedroom (extra-long beds) as well as a built-in office nook. A beverage center is placed just before the screened porch that leads you to the newly added open deck. The decking is IPE and maritime cable rails were constructed around the perimeter to ensure the view was not obstructed. Just a short walk from the deck you can enjoy the majestic oaks, fiddler crabs, and fish jumping. The dock was built in 2019 and it features a bench seat an the solar floater that can accommodate up to a 20 ft boat. In 2022, the carriage house was transformed, and it was enhanced dramatically, in the best of ways! Prior to this addition it already had a petit bedroom on the first floor, accommodating two twin beds, a full bathroom, a 2.5 car garage and an additional entrance with a stairway to the second floor. The newly added features consists of a full kitchen with an island, a lovely living room space, a separate bedroom as well as a full bathroom with a walk in shower. More key features and enhancements throughout the home are there is a generator to support the home, there is a safe room, hand plastered walls, a Canadian synthetic slate roof, copper gutters surround the home, and it has a HardiPlank exterior. The home and dock is on a tidal creek. Additionally, there is a community boat dock with deep water access is also available for use. Lush landscaping surrounds the home as well as dramatic planters, and a three tiered fountain at the entrance of the home. This is an uncommon home that has the charm, character and true splendor as if it was designed for a storybook!
Courtesy of Akers Ellis Real Estate LLC
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