Tred Avon River
The raised elevation of the site accentuates the dramatic presence of this family home. Built on the site of a manor house built in 1805, its Coastal Carolina exterior details and interest are matched only by the extensive appointments of the interior. The interior provides a balance of historic replication with modern amenities, including reclaimed and parquet floors, extensive calacatta gold marble, and a library milled on site from the floors of the original manor house. The home’s finishing touches are punctuated with carefully placed vaults, extensive millwork, pickled cypress butt-board walls, histrionic mosaic tile, and custom-built cabinetry throughout. The property is finished with several accessory structures and sprawling landscaping nestled within an otherwise mature setting.
Architect: William Élan Design
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