This is a two-story, three-bedroom, two-bath unit surrounded by live oaks and flowering shrubs set on the grounds of an old rice plantation. The first floor has a large great room with a queen-size sofa bed, floor-to-ceiling windows facing the famous 'Azalea Trail', a dining room; kitchen, a master bedroom with twin beds, full bathroom, and generous closet space. The second floor has a large bedroom with twin beds overlooking gardens and four-hundred-year-old live oaks; full bathroom; washer and dryer; and a second bedroom with twin beds overlooking Belle Isle Lake. Both bedrooms have ample closet space. All furniture, lamps, beds, bedding, towels, linens, china, dinnerware, pots and pans, refrigerator, stove, microwave, et.al. are up-to-date. The heating and cooling system has separate upstairs and downstairs controls. Most of the artwork is original by the owner, an established fabric sculptor.
- Villa1600 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay30 nights
A two-story spacious three-bedroom villa.located in a lovely southern setting
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Jun 15, 2018
About Charles Sage
Husband and wife are both retired Professor Emeritus from Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Priscilla taught art over the course of 55 years in public schools, Drake Univ. and Iowa State Univ. and concurrently worked as a professional fiber artist. Charles was a system analyst, researcher, and administrator over the same course of time at Western Electric, the Atomic Energy Commision, Share Research Corp., the 3 state universities of Iowa, and Iowa State Univ. They both retired in 2000 and currently reside in Ames.
Charles Sage purchased this Villa in 2002
Why Charles Sage chose Georgetown
In retirement they sought to escape the harsh winters of Iowa and reunite with old east coast friends and Georgetown, SC was the perfect place that fit those requirements.
What makes this Villa unique
During the Civil War an artillery battery was constructed at Belle Isle to protect Georgetown harbor known as Battery White. The ramparts initially were dug by slaves and are still visible along with two original Columbiad cannons. Belle Isle boasts 13 members of the National Live Oak Society. In 1925 Belle Isle Gardens were opened to the public. Churchill, Roosevelt, and Bernard Baruch were among the many notable visitors to the gardens..Also included is access to the Belle Isle Beach House located on the ocean beach at Pawleys Island, 17 miles north of Georgetown. This house has a screened porch and deck with rocking chairs overlooking the wide white sand beaches of the Atlantic. Attached is a wooden walkway linking directly to the beach. For golfers Myrtle Beach is just 32 miles to the north and at last count (2013) there were 117 golf courses along the Grand Strand. Historic Charleston is an easy 50 mi drive to the south with its many attractions.
Pool / Spa
Very nice and comfortable
The property was exactly what we needed and more. The peaceful setting is something that we enjoyed as well as the proximity to downtown Georgetown too. The provided hospitality, cleanliness and venue were perfect for us.