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New Listing: 4BD/3.5BA in Prime Mt. Pleasant Location

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 19, 2019 by Lowcountry Boil

This stunning custom built Phillips Park 2553 sq. foot home in the Charleston area of Mt. Pleasant truly has it all. Listed at $749,500 this welcoming home offers lowcountry double front porches, a premier mature cul-de-sac lot (largest in neighborhood) on a tree lined street, a carport with storage room, and dual masters are a few of the extraordinary features this property has to offer. Enter to an open foyer to see 9 foot ceilings, gorgeous distressed Oak hardwoods throughout main level, a comfortable living room/office and a separate dining room with custom wainscoting. Well appointed kitchen has stainless appliances, gas range, and custom cabinetry with granite counters and tile backsplash. Open from the kitchen, the great room has a vaulted ceiling, built-in bookshelves and cabinetry, gas log fireplace and surround sound.

There are two generous size masters (one up and one down). Both offer ample master baths with dual vanities, separate shower and tub/jacuzzi as well as custom walk-in closets. Other noteworthy features include crown molding throughout entire home, extensive millwork, solid core wood doors, double hung LowE divided light windows, plantation shutters throughout, carpet (2017) upstairs plus tile and/or marble in the bathrooms and laundry.

The home features a Rinnai tankless hot water heater and has programmable dual zone central HVAC. There is high speed Cat5 data/phone wiring and speakers (controlled by keypads) throughout most of the home. Also, home is wired for security! Exterior features include copper gas lanterns, hardi-plank siding (painted in 2017), exposed rafters, and a metal roof. The backyard is shaded by deep-rooted oaks and offers both a deck and patio for entertaining. There is an outdoor storage area in the carport and space for two additional cars in the driveway.

Located conveniently between downtown and the beaches off Rifle Range Road at Ben Sawyer Blvd., Phillips Park is a newer, lowcountry-style cul-de-sac community. Only 3 miles to Sullivans Island and 3 miles to the Ravenel Bridge. Walk, bike or golf cart to the shops, restaurants and recreation along Coleman Blvd, Shem Creek and Mt. Pleasant’s Old Village. Location, location, location!

Click here for the listing page. For additional information and showings please contact Garrett Rust at garrett@thecassinagroup.com.

Eclectic Interior Design Group Relaunches Creative Blog and Online Store

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 11, 2011 by Lowcountry Boil

On an enhanced site, Charleston’s Eclectic Interior Design Group has recreated its creative design blog. The updated site is easier to navigate and has an overall look and feel that is more in line with the company’s personality and design aesthetic. The inventive blog offers segments that include Decorganizing (decor + organizing which illustrates how form and function meet by organizing your home in an attractive manor), Designer Peeves (design pet peeves), Pro or Con? (topics where readers and other designers discuss), This Week I… (the day to day life of an interior designer) and Before & After (inspiring before and after photos of unique projects). Additionally, the Eclectic Finds site was also relaunched featuring one-of-a-kind finds and to-the-trade items including fabrics, furniture and accessories plus some custom creations that were designed with local artisans.

“On my blog and online shop, I share with my readers and clients quality designs, useful information and unique products that they might not normally have access to discovering,” says interior designer Sidney Wagner. “I get inspiration in various ways by scouring design magazines, blogs, books, shops and catalogs. Through researching new products and studying industry trends, I showcase functional yet well designed spaces.”

After years of extensive work in the industry, Sidney Wagner developed Eclectic Interior Design Group, a Charleston, SC full-service interior design firm specializing in both residential and commercial spaces. Sidney’s passion for design drives her to continually study market trends, research new products and search for unique pieces to complete her custom interiors. Sidney’s organization, creativity and attention to detail can be seen in every one of her designs, regardless of how grand or small the project may be. She named her company “eclectic” as it can be defined as “pulling elements from a variety of sources”. Eclectic Interior Design Group embraces this philosophy by blending pieces from various styles and periods to create beautiful and unique spaces that aptly reflect their clients’ personalities.

Visit Eclectic Interior Design Group’s website at www.eclectic-idg.com to learn more about the designer, company and see portfolio samples. To read and follow Eclectic’s blog, visit www.eclecticinteriordesigngroup.blogspot.com or to shop the Eclectic Find’s online store at www.eclectic-finds.blogspot.com.

Discover Charleston Artist Collective

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 2, 2010 by Lowcountry Boil

Charleston Artist Collective is an innovative online gallery that showcases Charleston artists outside of the conventional gallery scene and allows collectors to purchase affordable art all while giving back to the Charleston community. Each month, the Collective has a theme and the talented artists each paint their interpretation. Collectives are significant to the artist’s practice by combining creative minds, disciplines, ideas, and approaches. The themed paintings are offered in four sizes and sold unframed. 20% of the sales each month go to a local cause or charity to give back to the community and keep connected to supporting Southern Roots.

Fig Tree by Dee Schenck Rhodes

Abstract Color Study by Susie Callahan

Photo by Marni Rothschild

Allison Williamson founded Charleston Artist Collective in 2010. Her passion for art led her degree in Art History at the University of the South, including courses at Parsons School of Design in Paris and an intensive study on pre-historic caves in the South of France. Her passion for collecting original art came about during her five years managing a gallery in Park City, Utah that specialized in Russian Impressionism. During Allison’s years there she organized and directed art shows in Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Charleston and San Francisco. She also had the amazing experience of going to Russia to visit artists in their studios and select art for the gallery. In 2006, her twin boys were born and her family returned home to Charleston where she started a business helping local artists orchestrate their shows. After helping a group of artists put on three annual shows of their sketches, studies and practice work, Allison realized she had talented artists eager to step up the hours they spent practicing their craft as well as an ever-expanding group of people interested in buying their work. The blending of these two discoveries is what you will see, an online art gallery that shows and sells the work of the artists involved in the Charleston Artist Collective.

Visit the Charleston Artist Collective today!

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