This Jaw-Dropping Lowcountry Estate is Available for $8.5 Million
This Federal-Style Home is a Lowcountry Treasure
National Register of Historic Places
The initials of the man who built the house in 1810, William Seabrook, adorn the ironwork on the front stairs.
The home’s giant two-story portico (a longtime favorite in Lowcountry architecture) is one of the finest surviving examples.
A round cased opening perfectly frames the home’s crown jewel: the grand, double staircase.
The foyer gets plenty of natural light from the original sidelights and transom around the front door.
Heck yes that’s haint blue on the porch ceiling!
Pale blue walls, crown molding, rich hardwood floors and a leaded transom combine to give the living room a regal vibe.
A working fireplace is the focal point of the home’s spacious dining room.
Soaring cabinets and built-in appliances are just a few of the updates in the kitchen.
Grand, Double Staircase
The home’s stunning grand, double staircase, designed by White House architect James Hoban, features elegant, wrap-around wainscoting.
Grand Staircase Details
A closer look at the staircase reveals intricate woodwork.
Upstairs, rich details like beaded crown molding, extend throughout the home’s five bedrooms.
From the portico’s second story you can enjoy views of the ancient oaks draped in Spanish moss that flank the property’s main drive.
Kiawah and Seabrook Island are only a short boat ride away.
The home is surrounded by deep water—approximately 40 feet at some points.
With a little TLC, the waterfront teahouse could be the ultimate relaxation spot.
The home’s original carriage house has been converted into a five-car garage.
The sweet pink home on the property could become the cutest guesthouse.