A stunning, custom-built home with breathtaking, panoramic views of South Carolina’s gorgeous Lake Murray is being offered at auction without reserve with Elite Auctions on March 21st, 2020.
The concept of custom-design has been elevated to a new heights in this stellar estate. From a $100,000 chandelier, a bedroom ceiling that is designed as a dome to lay under the stars, an air conditioned indoor basketball court, 63 palm trees along the driveway entrance, this is a one-of-a-kind home.
Boasting southern charm from inside and out, the front doors open to a grand entrance with twin wrapped stairways, a stately chandelier and elegant marble floors. For ease of access, a custom elevator serves the 2nd floor where the impressive large master suite is located. The master is breathtaking with features like a tray ceiling, fireplace, custom bathroom with a modern rainfall shower, garden tub, an expansive built out closet and it all opens to the large 2nd floor deck. Upstairs there is also an office and another bedroom with a double bathroom, perfect for guests and the option for working from home.
Famous for that southern hospitality, the main level offers just that with an expansive kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances and custom cabinetry, a butler’s pantry that connects to the 16-seat dining room, large family room with fireplace, a Cheers-style bar, 3 bedrooms each with ensuites.
If the interior of the home didn’t impressive, just wait for what’s offered outside. Outside there is a spectacular patio overlooking Bomb Island, home to the largest Purple Martin nesting site in the world! Perfect for morning coffee or an afternoon lunch, the patio features a saltwater infinity pool, outdoor kitchen, pool bathroom, custom lighting & landscaping, irrigation system, and security cameras. For the sport-focused family or to offer sporty entertaining gatherings, the garage has a pretty special offering – a full basketball court and climate-controlled capabilities.
The infinity pool and private dock overlook Lake Murray, known as the largest lake in the state, and for its dreamy year-round calm waters.
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