Cottage End, A Low-country Island House

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

Cottage End, A Low-country Island House

Cottage End is a roomy, family vacation house I built for my children and their children. As a lifelong woodworker, I've tried to fill the house with cherry and maple cabinets and ash floors with cherry accents, and exposed rafters under the cypress ceilings.

We're located on a narrow dirt road that has Clark Sound for a backdrop. We're on a dead end street so we have very little and very slow traffic. We built a dock with our friend across the street and it is available to our renters for fishing or crabbing or just a nice glass of wine to watch the sun go down.

Cottage End has three bedrooms, each with it's own bathroom and a half bath in the ...Read more

About the owner

David P.

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    5.0 / 5.0 based on 13 reviews and 2 properties

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Cottage End, A Low-country Island House
Charleston, South Carolina

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Additional Location Information

Cottage End is located at the end of Cottage Road on James Island. The street is narrow and dirt and the residents there would have it no other way. The street is a dead end so there is no traffic and the neighbors all drive slowly. Being on this street is like going back to the 1950's. The neighborhood is mostly older homes and many of the residents are retired. Cottage Road runs parallel to Clark Sound, so there is always a view ... changing hourly as the tide flows in and out. Parking is in front and to the left. Three to Four cars can be parked there.

As you look out the front window at Clark Sound, you are looking at the sight where two foot bridges were built to carry reinforcements across to Ft Lamar which was one of the forts that surrounded Charleston during the Civil War siege. You can visit the Fort Lamar sight on your way to Folly Beach, the brown sign will be on your left. From the dock you can see Morris Island Lighthouse and and the back side of Folly Beach Island in the distance, maybe 5 miles away.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Waterfront

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Car is not necessary

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