A Shingle Style masterpiece set high on a 24 ft bluff and nestled among majestic 200-year-old live oaks has just hit the market, priced at $3.125 million. The house is surrounded by 700 ft of waterfront with a private dock which can accommodate 4 boats, one with a lift. This coastal home is designed for entertaining and features the main residence with 6900 sq ft and includes 5 bedrooms and 5 baths with an open and casual floor plan.
The living spaces spill out onto 2400 sq ft of wrap-around decking on three levels. A detached guest house over the 3 car garage offers an additional 900 sq ft and will pamper even the most discriminating guests. Brazilian teak floors throughout, radiant heat in bathrooms, Copper gutters, hurricane glass windows and doors, whole house generator, designed as an energy star rated house, mahogany garage doors, cedar shake roof, ipe decking, 1000-gallon propane tank, deep water well for irrigation, whole house audio/video system, double wolf ovens, sub-zero appliances, alarm and surveillance system.
This property has been featured in the following films; “A Walk to Remember”, “Mary and Martha” (with Hilary Swank), “Tammy” (as Kathy Bates’ lake house), and the soon to be released Nicholas Sparks movie “The Choice.”
This estate was listed as a Home of Distinction in Wrightsville Beach Magazine’s September 2009 issue and was recently re-listed as one of the Best Homes of Distinction in the January 2015 issue.