Coastal Living on the Inlet

Coastal Living on the Inlet

This gorgeous home at 153 Dewees Inlet Drive has four bedrooms, plus one that could be made into a bedroom or nursery, and it’s got the best views from every level.  It’s one of the few homes on the island that pre-dates Hurricane Hugo, as the home was just completed when the landmark storm came roaring through the Charleston area.  Built on a relatively high bluff, the home boasts an incredible long dock with multiple slips, screened and unscreened porches, a fabulous fireplace, beautiful pumpkin-pine floors.  It’s the best in southern coastal living.

And check out the sunsets from your back porch: (look closely at the end for a dolphin!)

Gracious dining area with huge fireplace right off the kitchen. Fireplace is actually back-to-back with another fireplace in the living room.
fireplace in Main Living Room
Main Living room
Library off Main Living Room
Library off Main Living Room
View of Kitchen from dining or gathering area
kitchen area
Looking toward the ocean from the deck
Upstairs bedrooms with great views
More bedrooms with great views
upstairs bedroom
Master Bedroom
Beautiful floors and views in this Master Bedroom

Master Bath
Incredible screened porch with day bed
Views from the screened porch with outdoor deck overlooking the inlet
porch decor
The walkway to the house winds through a majestic live oak
Like an adult treehouse!
Imagine yourself in this hammock
outdoor shower
outdoor shower framed by the oaks
extra-wide dock to accommodate vehicles
View of the house from the dock
tidal creek runs under the dock– clam and crab from your front yard
tidal creek

And what a dock:

Room to spare in this dock system with true deep water slips
Deep Water on the inlet leading to the ocean and ICW
there’s also a lift with a barge for transporting large items from the mainland
and immediate access to the beach which winds around the island to the Atlantic.
drive your golf cart right up to the house– or pull your firewood directly up to the living room