Forgot your sunscreen? No worries; you are only steps away when you call 12 Surf Lane in Isle of Palms your home. Located in the established and well-maintained 12- home enclave of Sea Oats, this close-to-the-beach getaway features an expansive ipe deck that is perfect for quiet time, entertaining and admiring the awesome sunrises and sunsets along the Carolina coast.
12 Surf Lane is a colorful, upscale oceanfront cottage that has been completely renovated from the studs to the professionally landscaped yard, with added exterior lighting. It consists of four bedrooms and 3.5 baths that help make up the 2,300-square foot home. The four-car garage allows for ample parking.
The interior space is tastefully decorated with the emphasis on comfort and casual beach relaxation. The custom designed kitchen showcases upgraded stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. A few of its green features are Energy Star appliances and a tankless water heater.
This perfect beach cottage is only enhanced by the one-of-a-kind, mounted stained glass palladium window created by Charleston designer Michael Patterson, as well as a cozy stone fireplace for cooler evenings. The beams and mantel were reclaimed from an old Charleston water tower. A small fenced yard is ideal for pups or toddlers. An elevator to the first floor adds ease when transporting groceries, while a community pool and a wraparound porch lend to beach living at its finest.
12 Surf Lane has only been used as a vacation retreat. It includes window treatments, is fully furnished and offers those interested in joining the rental market excellent prospects. People from across the country and around the world see Isle of Palms as an outstanding vacation destination. Come and see where charm and beach proximity combine to create the perfect getaway for your family.
To schedule a private showing of this well-built, totally renovated home that was recently featured on HGTV’s “Island Life,” contact Kitti Mullins with Wild Dunes Real Estate at 843-224-9595 or email@example.com.
By Stacy Domingo