ISLAND OASIS

When a Virginia couple decided to build a gathering place for their children and grandchildren, they envisioned a modern, rustic home where everyone could be together for holidays and vacations. Nestled into a tree-lined parcel just a block from the beach in Vanderhorst Plantation on Kiawah Island, this home has five bedrooms, six baths, two […]

A FAMILY AFFAIR

In the roughly 10 years since opening up as a high-end Downtown Charleston bar that specializes in craft cocktails like The Hemingway for washing down caviar and oysters, the Victor Social Club recently reemerged as Victor’s Seafood & Steak with a full-service dining concept. And why have a one-hit dining room when you can have […]

CONTEMPORARY COASTAL STYLE

When architecture and design are streamlined, it allows a home’s inhabitants to focus on what’s most beautiful and essential in life. A gorgeous, serene new home on Fish Tale Island masters this discipline. The 4,500-square-foot house is one of seven homes in the private Daniel Island enclave. It has expansive views of Beresford Creek, a […]

3 COCHRAN COURT

CHARLESTON Welcome to The Crescent, Charleston’s finest residential community. Adjacent to a premium private school and only 5 minutes to Downtown Charleston, this home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac with a lovely park and incorporates the best of modern construction, including 9-foot-plus ceilings, dual primary suites and luxurious finishes throughout. Over 5,000 square feet […]

SOUTH OF BROAD MASTERPIECE

Today we’re going to see an extraordinary home, the sort of dwelling that Charleston dreams are made of. Built in 1820, the 6,500-square-foot house served as the St. Michael’s rectory prior to being divided into apartments in the 1920s. The rooms were unified into a single residence again in the 1970s and remodeled yet again […]

WORTH THE WAIT

As the largest island in South Carolina, Johns Island is where people go to spread out and enjoy the outdoors. The island is known for scenic views of the broad Stono River and abundant wildlife, including birds, deer and otters. When building a home here, design decisions revolve around living close to nature and enjoying […]

COOL AND COLLECTED

With clean lines and a neutral color palette, a minimal aesthetic is an ideal choice for Lowcountry interior design. In Charleston and the Grand Strand, cool colors and organic materials are a refreshing break from the heat and humidity, and they don’t visually compete with dramatic marsh or ocean views. However, when it comes to […]

GAYE SANDERS FISHER FINE ART GALLERY

GAYE Sanders Fisher grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, but her passion clearly lies in the Lowcountry, where she opened her gallery in Charleston, South Carolina, more than 20 years ago. Situated amongst the picturesque pastel homes on Church Street, the pale yellow house is where Fisher displays all of her watercolors and prints of […]

Daniel Ravenel Real Estate

940 PAUL REVERE DR. CHARLESTON The Stiles-Hinson House (circa 1742–1745) is one of the earliest dwellings on Charleston’s James Island. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the estate is a distinctive union of an original mid-18th-century rural dwelling and a grand 1891 Victorian-era addition. Updated for modern life with desirable amenities, including a […]

AHEAD OF THE CURVE

Charleston’s natural environment has always influenced its architecture and interiors: Homes are designed to capture the views, light and breezes, while cool color palettes and organic materials provide a respite from the heat and humidity. Nature plays such a significant role in what we want and need from our homes that without going the extra […]