158 Nicholas Carteret CircleA 4,612-square-foot manor in Kiawah Island Club’s private Cassique enclave has been put on the market for the first time. Built in 2004 at 158 Nicholas Carteret Circle, the English country style manor was one of the first to be built in Cassique. Priced at $2.8 million, the home offers unparalleled privacy and access to the Kiawah Island Club residential neighborhood amenities and conveniences. As part of the Kiawah Island Club, the village of Cassique offers a beautiful setting while remaining convenient to shopping, restaurants and downtown Charleston. Rather than face a golf course, the home faces a private lagoon setting. Residents enjoy exclusive access to Kiawah’s West Beach and oceanfront amenity center. Other attractions include the Tom Watson-designed 18-hole golf course, a sports pavilion, tennis courts and a kayak dock located on the Kiawah River. The four-bedroom home with four full baths and two half-baths also boasts a number of high-end features, including aged walnut plank wood floors, Old World-style wall finishes, pocket doors, a reclaimed wormy chestnut wood kitchen island, a blue stone foyer, ten-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, a claw foot jetted tub and a steam shower. A Kiawah Island Club golf membership is also included with the property. Read the full article here: 158 Nicholas Carteret Circle — Columned home with European feel showcases pool, gardens, lagoonside setting

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