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2923 Brownell Avenue, Sullivans Island
Jump out of bed, grab your coffee, and you're 150 steps from being on the beach, at a prime location to see the sunrise over Breach Inlet.The Station 30 access is the easiest on Sullivans Island to step right out onto the beach just feet from the road. Put some love into restoring this vintage island cottage, with its cozy, hardwood floors, and gorgeous red wood walls and high ceilings. Perhaps add a floor for an ocean view? Plenty of shade from mature trees on the 1/3 acres lot offer respite from summer heat. Or bring new construction plans to the lot on this newly listed property in one of the most desirable locations now available on the island. Ground level apartment with full bath and screened porch is excellent for storage. If square footage is important please measure. House sold as is.
INTERIOR PHOTOS, VIRTUAL TOUR, and VIDEOS coming THIS WEEK.
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WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THE HOME
The warmth of the interior that only a vintage cottage with some history can give off, with the redwood walls and ceilings in the living and dining rooms, and pine floors... the pine beadboard throughout the house walls and ceilings.. The mature trees around the house that give you feeling of being in a treehouse; the view from the back porch into the lush forest out back; and the sound of the ocean waves at night; the partially finished ground floor with a full bath for rinsing off after a jump in the ocean. Very quiet street, with almost no traffic off season. During the summer the traffic picks up, but even at night in peak season it's quiet. Walking out the door and onto the beach for a 1.5 mile walk to the coffee shop each morning...the light at sunset that filters into the western facing windows; leaving the house unafraid to leave the doors unlocked. Small town atmosphere with cosmopolitan neighbors who all share the same love for this small barrier island. ***An Interesting bit of history about this home: When many other houses on Sullivans were destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989, this c. 1932 house was knocked off its foundation, but this structure survived intact - and was relocated a couple of blocks away to its current location.
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