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Isle of Palms, SC 29451
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Folly Beach, SC 29439
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Charleston, SC 29401
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1887 Andell Bluff Boulevard
Johns Island, SC 29455
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534 Oyster Rake Drive, Kiawah Island, SC 29455 (MLS # 17014960)

Price $1,384,000
Status Active
Beds 4
Baths 4 baths
Home size 3,059 sq ft
Lot Size 10,454 sqft
Days on Market 86
Welcome to one of the truly great Kiawah Island renovations featuring long marsh and golf views! Chic, cool, artistically-influenced, and craftsman-inspired are all words that come-to-mind to properly describe this recent renovation. The four bedroom, three and one half bath crafted masterpiece features fully redesigned living areas and master suite, all executed impeccably with the latest design, wood, and trim elements. Your entry into this beautiful renovation is characterized by an amazing wall of windows, a unique, open staircase and entry foyer, beautiful hardwood flooring, and culminating in great views through the living room to the long marsh and golf course setting. The stunning living room features a shiplap vaulted ceiling displaying a large Circa Lighting "Spider" light
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 5/27/2017 Tract Kiawah Island
Year Built 1991 Community 25 - Kiawah
County Charleston

SCHOOLS

Elementary School Mt. Zion
Jr. High School Haut Gap
High School St. Johns

Additional Details

AIR Central
AIR CONDITIONING Yes
AREA 25 - Kiawah
BASEMENT Elv. Construction
CONSTRUCTION Wood Siding
EXTERIOR Deck, Porch - Front Porch, Storm Windows, Thermal Windows/Doors
FIREPLACE Yes
GARAGE 2 Car Garage, Attached, Yes
HEAT Heat Pump
HOADESCRIPTION Boat Ramp, Boat Storage, Cable TV Available, Club Membership Available, Gated Comm, Golf, Golf Membership
INTERIOR Ceiling - Cathedral/Vaulted, Ceiling - Smooth, Ceilings - 9'+, Elevator, Garden Tub/Shower, Other (Use Remarks), Skylight, Walk-In Closets, Window Treatments - All
LOT 10454 sq ft
LOT DIMENSIONS .24 acre
LOTDESCRIPTION 0 - .5 Acre, Cul-De-Sac, High, Level, Marshview, On Golf Course, Riverview
STORIES 2
STYLE Contemporary
SUBDIVISION Kiawah Island
UTILITIES
VIEW Yes

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