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This gorgeous 6 bedroom home, with inground saltwater pool, sits on 12.66 acres (only .818 acres of which is marsh) on a tidal creek in the Martins Point Plantation neighborhood of Wadmalaw Island. With panoramic water views from almost every room, this 6 bedroom haven offers a serene and private oasis for those seeking the ultimate coastal living experience. This property has recently undergone extensive renovations and offers stunning, modern aesthetics. The beautifully appointed kitchen is equipped with high-end appliances, farmhouse sink, ample cabinet space, and quartz countertops. The renovated bathrooms feature sleek fixtures, and a meticulous attention to detail. Floor to ceiling windows and an open floor plan in the main living areas make this home bright & welcoming. Two screened porches and two balconies invite you to savor the coastal breeze and immerse yourself in the beauty of the surroundings. The master bedroom is on the main level and features porch access and a beautifully renovated bathroom with dual vanities, his and her walk-in closets, a free-standing tub, and separate tiled shower.
Upstairs, three bedrooms run along the back of the house and two bedrooms are in the front, four of which offer those incredible water views. The outdoor living space features a large deck, with space for an outdoor kitchen, an in-ground saltwater pool, and a spacious stone paver patio, perfect for relaxing and entertaining! There is a private dock to the right of the pool for kayaking, canoeing or launching a small boat (some boards need replacement but dock appears to be structurally sound). Underneath the house is a 3-car garage, a secured enclosed storage area, a half bath and outdoor shower. The driveway offers plenty of space to store a boat, trailer, or camper and includes an RV hookup.
Whole home upgrades include new hardware throughout, many new lighting fixtures, new interior and exterior paint (to include decks) as well as an ultraviolet water filtration system and a reverse osmosis system ensuring pure and clean water throughout the entire house. The wood floors on the main level have also been professionally sanded and re-stained. See full list of upgrades in documents.
The 12+ acres of land include pasture areas and trails for equestrians, and there is a large cleared area perfect for a barn or other structure. Martins Point Plantation offers a lifestyle of tranquility and natural beauty, with its picturesque landscapes and proximity to the water. The neighborhood currently provides a 35-acre wildlife refuge as well as two 5-acre islands approachable by boat or canoe. A community boat landing provides deep water boat access. This neighborhood also includes walking trails and a saltwater pond for fishing, shrimping, or crabbing. This neighborhood also houses the 'famous' home that was seen in the feature film The Notebook (2004). Before the 900 acre area was developed as the Martins Point we know today; it was owned by Daniel F Towles, a plantation owner from Georgia. For more than 100 years, Martins Point was the center of agricultural commerce on Wadmalaw with its own currency, store and school. Towles built the Martins Point Plantation house which was the center of the community. In 2004 Towles home was featured in the film The Notebook as Noah's home that he built for Allie. The recognizable blue shutters were added to the home for the film but later removed. This home can be seen from the community boat landing.
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