This new home on the Colleton River has stunning details throughout every room that make it a true gem in the Lowcountry. From the countertops and the backsplashes to the stacked stone walls and stunning showers – the home is full of spectacular touches that will inspire your inner “decorator.”
This sophisticated kitchen is ideal for welcoming guests or cooking a meal to make your family feel at home. It features Copenhagen granite countertops with beautiful veining and a Diamante Midtown Brown glass mosaic tile backsplash. The oversized island, undermount copper kitchen hood, glass front cabinetry and immaculate hardwood floors complete this picture perfect room.
Next to the kitchen is the wine room continuing with the gorgeous Copenhagen granite countertops and contrasting Diamante Midtown Brown glass mosaic tile backsplash. Two wine coolers and glass front lighted cabinets help make even the average wine connoisseur feel special. You can grab a glass and slip right on to the porch...the perfect spot for entertaining.
The River Room Bar is a small bar nestled just between the upstairs guest rooms offering your guests Southern hospitality at its finest. It provides open seating between the guest quarters perfect for unwinding from the day. The gorgeous countertop is a Bainco Antico granite with a mosaic backsplash of 5/8” Arctic Cloud glass and stone.
The Junior Master bath features gorgeous tray ceilings, double vanities, a walk in shower and beautiful tile and stone throughout. The flooring is 16 x 16 brushed Sterling Limestone, which is continued in the wainscoting and the shower walls beautifully tying together the entire room.
The lovely mini brick accent border that runs through the bathroom and into the shower is made of a beautiful Madison marble. The countertop is a Vintage Granite with bold veining throughout.
Guests will be impressed by every detail in this stunning Lowcountry home that is not only awe-inspiring but welcoming as well. Special thanks to the expertise of Cameron & Cameron Custom Builders, Lisa Whitley at J Banks Design Group and Barbara Williams at StoneWorks.