|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
This newly renovated lovely home is designed with local Charleston flair. This home includes a private pool right off the large sun room. All of our guests remark how comfortable the home is and tastefully decorated and offers a peaceful environment. We are conveniently located in Summerville just 20 minutes away from downtown Charleston, area beaches and all historical sightseeing. If you travels include Goose Creek and North Charleston, we are just minutes from each city. This home is a place of rest, relaxation, restoration, refuge and not to mention lots of fun. Unwind in the living room with its cheerful colors and perfect for family gathering and relaxation. Each of the 3 large Queen bedrooms are located on the ground floor and are decorated in a theme of this great Charleston area. All the extra special touches has made it a favorite of all who visit.
RV's and Boats OK
The custom kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to prepare your family’s favorite meals. The dining room (table seats 6) is conveniently located off the kitchen. You will be cradled in comfort in all 3 bedrooms with queen size beds adorned by luxurious bedding. The living room is plush and comfortable, with a large 52' flat screen TV, and DVD/CD player for sporting events or your favorite program or just relaxing.
Charleston is unlike any other city in the US. With its historic charm, amazing architecture and bold character you're sure to enjoy and remember the time you spend here. There are museums and historical locations where you can learn about Charleston as well as an aquarium and horse and buggie rides. Downtown King Street is filled with shopping and dining while downtown Broad Street has dozens of art galleries and historical buildings. The year-round beautiful weather encourages visitors to walking all over the city and take advantage of outdoor activities.
In addition, we want to accommodate guests, and will provide helpful information such as maps, recommendations, and directions to make our house your home and enhance your vacation experience.
*To capture that special moment and create memories that last a lifetime we have a Photographer who has the tools and experience to get the perfect shot! They will work with your schedule and budget to help meet your photography needs.
Year Purchased: 2005
Hi… We are Nita & Tom, an entrepreneurial team with a freight brokerage business and 7 homes in the Charleston, SC area. We pride ourselves on being innovative and creative when it comes to Real Estate Purchase, Home Interior Decorating and Landscaping Design. Nita say, 'I like people and take pride in creating the perfect home that people just rave about. It gives me great satisfaction when our guests remark how beautiful, comfortable and clean the homes are. I love adding all the special touches just for them when they arrive.'
Nita purchased this house in 2005
Nita says, 'I appreciate luxury high end furniture, fixtures and linens. I just love big soft towels and fine body products. It is a wonderful feeling to be cradled in luxury and comfort.'
The Greater Charleston area is renown for the Restaurants, History, Beauty... there is always something going on and the kindness of all the wonderful people who live here, it's truly our home. Charleston has been honored as a top visitor destination and has, for the past nine years, been consistently ranked among the top 10 domestic travel destinations by Condé Nast Traveler magazine's prestigious Readers Choice Awards. For the 3rd., year in a row, Family Fun magazine has honored the Charleston area for its family attractions. In its annual 'Family Friendly Travel Awards,' magazine readers named Charleston the 1st., best city for family vacations in the southeast.
Nita and Dusty,
We enjoyed our stay and the girls loved
the pool. Thanks again for meeting our needs
**Comments were taken from the House Guest Book
The historic, walkable, (pleasantly) spooky Lowcountry port city of Charleston, SC, earned the No. 1 spot on Conde' Nast Traveler's 'Top U.S. Cities' list for the past two years, and in 2012 readers named it their favorite city in the world.
Charleston is truly a 'best of' the South: Flickering gas lamps adorn pastel, antebellum mansions; cobblestone streets offer views of colorful, formal gardens; horse-drawn carriages clip-clop alongside cars; and polite shopkeepers and hotel staff ask, 'Is everyone 'round here treatin' y'all right?' at every turn. Sealing the deal are a slew of festivals happening thought out the year, Charleston's Food + Wine Festival, the Spoleto performing arts festival, and many more sightseeing tours and an energetic, sophisticated culinary scene.
The Charleston food set can't stop talking about The Ordinary, the classic oyster bar and seafood hall in a former bank building. The chef is Mike Lata, whose first endeavor a decade ago was the wildly popular FIG (Food is Good); its regionally sourced menu still draws a crowds. While Lata won the James Beard award for 'Best Chef: Southeast' in 2009 Charleston chef Sean Brock earned the title in 2010 with his first restaurant, McCrady's. These days, Brocks second venture, Husk, is one of the city's hardest reservations, a restaurant known for its indigenous Southern fare and beautiful bar, located in a separate building adjacent to the dining room. For sumptuous, classic dishes, the white-tablecloth Charleston Grill at Charleston Place can't be beat, while tiny, casual Cru Cafe' is the kind-of darling, off the beaten path eatery that serves comfort food-from mac and cheese to poblano-and-mozzarella fried chicken-that makes Lowcountry-philes swoon. If the sight of the young, good-looking throng at the hip Kudu Coffee & Craft Beer doesn't wake you up in the morning, the shop's tasty dark roast will. Weekend afternoons, there's often live music in the courtyard, best enjoyed while sipping a local microbrew like Westbrook Gratzer. Bar hop downtown with stops at the Bin 152 for wine and cheese, the breezy rooftop at Stars for the view and The Belmont for perfectly crafted cocktails and sultry vibe.
Get your bearings with an hour-long horse & carriage ride throughout Charleston's most scenic blocks, well-trained and tested guides. There's no need to plan ahead, as one leaves every 10 minutes. You might pass the grand, Federal-style Nathaniel Russell House, a National Historic Landmark built in 1808 that's worth a closer look-for it's free flying staircase alone. The antebellum home has undergone renovations, and reopened for tours in March or 2013. Charleston is known as both 'The Holy City,' for its many churches, and as a haunted city, thanks to its macabre past. After dark, take a scary tour of a haunted jail, dungeon, and/or graveyard.
Hit Kings Street's international chains, Calypso, Roberto Coin, Billy Reid, Yves Delorme, plus and few good, high-end local boutiques, such as shoe store Bob Ellis and multi label clothing stop RTW. Venture a mile north to Upper King Street in Elliotboroug, neighborhood to visit the Old Charleston Joggling Board Company, and another city-specific gem, award-winning milliner Leigh Magar's 'Magar Hatworks.'
Charleston golf offers exceptional variety and challenges in one of the world's most acclaimed vacation destinations. World-class courses situated on breathtaking coastal terrain range from true links style to tight wooded Lowcountry layouts.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Fall and Winter
Oct 1 2014 - Feb 28 2015
2 night minimum stay
Mar 1 2015 - Sep 30 2015
3 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$49|
Please inquire for quote, taxes and fees will be included.
Please see our guest comments... You will love your vacation.
Sorry...,no rentals to individuals under age 25, No smoking inside home, No pets