With careful hands and open hearts, pieces of the 1800's home that once sat upon this land were gathered and tucked away to later be restored in the most magical way. With each block of this raised foundation, to each stud and truss that have now framed this masterpiece, the vintage/modern magic that Billy and Monty bring to all their designs will soon be cast upon this stunner only moments away from the Downtown Southport Waterfront at 216 W Nash Street.Classic sophistication with tasteful touches of modern trends create a warm and inviting atmosphere that matches the town in which she was born over a century ago. Each detail, with its own inspiration, means you'll find something new and breathtaking during each visit as her homestory unfolds. You'll be tickled pink upon discovering original material from the 1800s peppered throughout this home.Now, let's get down to brass tacks: you're looking at a custom designer spec home with over 3,500 heated square feet. You'll enjoy four bedrooms, 400 square feet flex space, four and a half baths, a chef's kitchen, scullery, wet bar, and wine cellar. What's more' A third level observatory, two car garage with a double golf cart portico, and multiple bonus spaces.How about the nitty-gritty' Let's start outside: We've envisioned an all-white home with a mixture of board and batten, vertical siding, and shake. The sharp-looking black windows are 150mph hurricane rated for style and peace of mind. The foundation and the first level porch and main entry will be a lime-washed brick for age and character; this finish differentiates from our 1800s reclaimed brick that was part of the original home and will cover the entire portico, line the driveway, and encase the curved entrance to the main driveway. The porches will feature Southport/Charleston floors of narrow wood, sealed and painted in white; while the ceilings will be light spa-like coastal blue that mimics the heavens.
This listing is provided courtesy by Jessica M Wainwright, RE/MAX Southern Coast
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