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Kiawah Art & House Tour

Overlooking the 15th hole at the Cassique golf course, this beautiful shingle style home is inspired by the English Arts and Crafts movement of the early 20th century. The open interior is decorated in a classic contemporary style with soft, soothing colors. Savannah brick and tabby are the foundations for LeMoyne Lane. The rear portion of the home consists of the living room, dining room and kitchen, and is encompassed with windows and doors that open onto an expansive deck, plunge pool, and outdoor kitchen. A first floor den is paneled in butternut wood, and contains a wine cellar and bar. Upstairs is the master bedroom and bath as well as additional bedrooms, a large laundry room and an office that overlooks the lovely landscaping in the front yard. Over the three-car garage is a separate two bedroom guest house with a living room and kitchen. A collection of sculptures, created by the owner’s mother, add a unique quality to this island home.

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