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Located on one of the most unique streets of Kiawah Island as well as the Lowcountry, you will find this private retreat waiting for you to call it home. Not only do you have a deep-water dock and encompassing marsh views, you also have an easy walk to the best part of Kiawah's world-renowned beach. 70 Otter Island is located near the end of a private cul-de-sac and was meticulously constructed by one of Kiawah's most sought after builders, Dan Buffington. Starting with the third-floor master retreat, you will find hers and his private bathrooms, cathedral ceilings and a gas fireplace. The generous master suite offers a library, which could be utilized as an office or art studio, as well as a private covered balcony and an open veranda, both of which offer incredible nature views. Featuring ever-present marsh views, the main floor boasts an ideal floor plan, whether you enjoy entertaining family and friends or want to experience peaceful serenity as a couple. The gourmet country kitchen is appointed with top-of-the-line appliances and includes a comfortable keeping room. The spacious living and dining room showcases custom details throughout, a gas fireplace and access to the winter porch, wine cellar and grilling deck. The first floor is home to three bedrooms with private bathrooms, an office, and a deck with private spa, perfect for relaxing and appreciating the ocean breezes, views of nature and a glass of wine. The generous sized spa can be enjoyed with hot water jets and blower or simply a place to cool off after time on the beach in the summer. In the mornings, take an easy walk to the beach and revel in the beautiful sunrise. When you are ready to go paddle boarding, kayaking or fishing, just walk out on your deep-water dock and enjoy. Being located on Bass Creek, you have easy access to the Stono River, the Kiawah River and the ocean. The four-stop elevator can take you to all floors, including the climate-controlled garage which boasts ample storage space. This special private property is offered appointed with fine furnishings, valuable antiques, oriental area rugs, including one that was appraised over $25,000, and a Kiawah Island Club Golf Membership opportunity.