Situated on nearly 35 private, gated acres, this property has 2,500 ft of tidal creek frontage on its eastern and northern sides. Along the creek are grand live oak trees draped in Spanish Moss. This outdoor paradise is a haven for whitetail deer, turkeys, bald eagles, and more offering a chance to marvel at nature.
The property boasts four luxury treehouse-style cabins totaling 1,794 heated square feet being sold partially-furnished so that they are move-in ready. Collectively, the different cabins feature extraordinary waterfront views and over a mile of private nature trails so you can explore and enjoy the great outdoors. You will feel immersed in nature and surrounded by comfort with luxury amenities like clawfoot and hard-carved marble tubs, antique hand-painted king beds, antique chandeliers, hand-painted ceiling tiles, custom wall papers, outdoor showers with dual shower heads, custom outdoor hanging beds, outdoor games, swings, hot tub, Juliet balcony, outdoor screened movie theater, outdoor waterfront dining options, private fire pits, flower boxes with irrigation system, pod chairs, custom mural of Rainbow Row, Tulum-style floor hammocks, etc. With careful attention to eco-friendly details, each cabin features energy-efficient spray foam insulation, reclaimed doors, and dimmable, low-wattage LED lighting. Two underground propane tanks reliably supply gas to fireplaces, BBQ grills, pizza ovens, hot water heaters, and gas lamps.
This haven is THE PERFECT PLACE to keep your family safe during COVID-19 and political unrest. Tranquil setting, no neighbors, no noise, no crime. This stress-free paradise provides the perfect place to decompress, host family & friends, enjoy mild winters, and quarantine in the great outdoors. While this is a great compound for a family, it works well as an income producing property as it is already the most popular Airbnb in the state of South Carolina (Buzzfeed).
While being here makes you feel a world away, the varied offers of Charleston’s fine-dining scene, beaches, international airport, entertainment, and cultural landmarks are just a short 30-minutes away. Charleston has been named the #1 City in America by Travel & Leisure for the past seven years and is known for its rich history, unique architecture, beautiful beaches, fantastic food & more.
With Wadmalaw Island being the last undeveloped island in Charleston County, this is a rare opportunity to own a large estate and countryside escape that is one of the most unique and award-winning properties in South Carolina designed by Seth & Tori Bolt from Bolt Farm Treehouse.
Only 7% of the property is presently developed and subdivision and further development options are available. The potential for subdividing this large parcel into 8 lots with 16 dwelling units (for additional homes, rentals, or lot sales) is VERY rare on Wadmalaw Island and makes this parcel even more valuable.
This land was once a tomato farm which still has great soil and irrigation ditches making this a perfect opportunity for private or commercial farming. On-site septic system and well water system (pumping 10 gallons of water per minute) are in excellent working order. While Berkeley Electric provides electricity, there is ample space and sunlight to convert the main power source to solar, creating a completely off-grid and self-contained enclave. Private drive is gravel with shellsand and requires light maintenance on an annual basis. Two heavy-duty shipping containers (40′ & 20′ in length) provide on-site storage.
These popular, one-of-a-kind treehouse-style homes have been a celebrity hotspot and will be featured on multiple TV shows in 2021, adding additional fame and notoriety to this estate. Don’t miss this opportunity to own Charleston’s premier countryside escape! Featured on Good Morning America, Apple News, ABC News, US Weekly, Southern Living, South Carolina Wildlife, Southern Charm, and Charleston Home & Design Magazine, this magical, waterfront estate with four luxury cabins is “The Ultimate Countryside Getaway” and is located on tranquil & historic Wadmalaw Island (featured in The Notebook).