Sullivans Island House Rental Photos and Description
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A unique, romantic, and whimsical fortified home on the western end of Sullivan’ s Island. This home is truly one of a kind; the main hall was constructed as a church in 1891, turned into a residence in 1972. The current owner renovated the entire property, including the construction of a modern addition in 2007.
The Beach Castle has seven bedrooms and five and a half baths to accommodate 14 people. The beds consist of four queens, one full and four singles (two pair of bunk beds) and the property is decorated in a shabby chic style. It’s fully equipped kitchen features an Aga stove. The A/V and technology equipment includes stereo, wireless internet, and a TV with cable in kitchen area. Another small TV with cable is in the hallway in the back part of the house, perfect for children or quiet viewing.
Mugdock comes with two kayaks to explore Sullivan’s Island’s waterways. Arrangements can be made for house keeping and concierge/chef services.
The eastern end of Sullivan’s Island offers one of the best places for wind surfing and kite boarding on the east coast. Surfing is best at nearby Isle of Palms and Folly Beach. Arrangements are easily made for in-shore and off-shore fishing charters. Power boats and paddle boards are also available at nearby outfitters. The closest golf course is seven miles from Mugdock Castle. Seasonal hunting charters for quail, dove, turkey, and deer, can also be arranged.
The area offers an endless number of potential day trips. Cultural, environmental, and historical resources abound.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
About Jaime DeBiasse
A warm welcome awaits you at Mugdock; I will be delighted to show you around this majestic property and help familiarize you with the local area. Your experience at the castle can be personalized based on your interests; fishing charters, historic tours, catered dinners, and gourmet picnic packs can be arranged.
Jaime DeBiasse purchased this house in 2002
Why Jaime DeBiasse chose Sullivans Island
Stepping into Castle Mugdock one instantly feels the passion of the skilled craftsmen and designers who helped preserve the sanctity of Mugdock's history, while still accounting for the comfort needs of the modern day resident. No detail has been overlooked in the venture of building this fortress.
What makes this house unique
Intimate stargazing from atop the North Tower, stunning views.
A geothermal powered range means that the stove is always on and ready to use.
Explore the Island's backroads and waterways with one of kayaks or bikes.