Explore all 762 Bulls Bay Boulevard has to offer! This impressive 27.3 acre horse farm is just outside of Mount Pleasant, within the Bulls Bay Golf Community. This home has incredible coastal views within minutes to schools, shopping, and downtown Charleston.
Through the gates at exclusive Bulls Bay Golf Club lies the best in golf lifestyle. Drive down the beautiful, tree-lined entry lane amidst giant oak trees, past the majestic Bulls Bay golf course and horse pastures on each side. This Lowcountry horse farm includes a perfectly designed and built barn and stable and a beautiful elevated, resort-like home. You’ll see spectacular panoramic views of the marsh, Intracoastal waterway, Bull Island, Capers Island, Dewees Island, and Price’s Inlet.
As you tour the beautiful community, you’ll most assuredly see deer, turkeys, egrets, and blue herons. A few steps out the back door is a generous size swimming pool surrounded by a spacious Ipay wood deck spanning nearly the entire rear of the home. The home is ideal for entertaining with a massive great room flowing from the well-appointed kitchen with classic stainless steel appliances. The floor plan is flexible with many options for entertaining and incredible views.
The center point of this home is the spacious gourmet kitchen with the highest quality stainless steel appliances . Most importantly, the kitchen workspace opens directly into the great room and dining room. One would never miss a conversation, or the view, while preparing a meal. The spacious owner’s suite is set in the quiet corner of the home with panoramic views while still allowing access to the expansive rear deck and swimming pool. Each of the three guest suites offer space for a large bed and it’s own full luxury bathroom.
To quote their website “Awendaw Green may just be the coolest music venue in the lo-country. A low-key and friendly environment, the concerts occur in an old barn with a professional sound technician and equipment. Bon fires, food, music, friends, networking, an old barn, even canoeing…how could it get any better? ”
I had heard about this place for a while now and made it to my first “Barn Jam” last night. What a crazy, wonderful, happy experience. It’s located down on Hwy 17 North right next to the Sewee Outpost station. Sewee Restaurant sets up a table and sells casual fare like burgers, hot dogs and sea food. Visitors can b.y.o.b. and even their own picnic if they wish. There are chairs and picnic tables scattered about but the ground is great for spreading a blanket and relaxing under the trees.
On the makeshift stage outside the “barn” you can find a cast of musicians- last night there was an acoustic set featuring a 14-year-old local girl, a visiting Brit and a man from Maryland who is visiting his second home here in town. The three were sharing the stage alternating songs and playing along with each other (having never met before). After that “artists in the round,” local blues rock band Steel Petals, led by orthopedic surgeon Blake Ohlsen, took the stage for a more plugged in electric set, and they were followed by Megan Jean and The KFB Band (originally from New York). Megan could give Florence and the Machine a run for her money with her singing pipes.
The barn jams are usually free and they just pass around a collection plate for any donations patrons may wish to give. Awendaw Green was founded by musical philanthropists – one of which is local dentist on Hwy 17 ,Eddie White. Eddie is just a music lover who wanted to provide musicians and fans a good place to meet each other and enjoy one another’s company. You find Eddie at almost every Barn Jam walking around and talking to everyone making them feel like they are at home.
The crowd is full of children running around, off leash dogs playing with each other and sniffing around the trees, and people from all over Charleston just relaxing and having a good time with their family and friends. What a way to enjoy live music- in a family backyard barbeque like environment.
If you love music and love having a great, low-key good time, be sure check out the Awendaw Green schedule and make it to the next Barn Jam.