This Lowcountry bungalow located at 4020 Buccaneer Road on Goat Island is a dream for anyone looking for a rustic haven to call home or to use as a retreat from the bustle of urban life. A deepwater dock leads from the Intracoastal Waterway through golden low-country marshes to the home, which is only accessible by boat. The property comes with a deeded boat slip at the Wild Dunes Yacht Harbor Marina, only a short and scenic five-minute boat ride from the home.
With a three-acre lot, this house feels like it exists in a world of its own. The house itself is an elevated bungalow with a wooden exterior, which seamlessly blends into the many palmetto trees surrounding it. A large wooden wrap-around porch and covered screen porch are perfect places to relax, drink a cold glass of tea, and be swept away by the sounds of birds or the rustling marsh grass while enjoying the refreshing breeze from the water.
The interior of 4020 Buccaneer Road is in harmony with its surrounding low-country landscape. Warm hardwood floors, wooden walls, and large windows give the space an inviting, open, and natural feel. The kitchen, with its wooden cabinets and shelving, flows into the living area, which includes the comfort of a fireplace for chilly winter evenings. A small dining area off the kitchen is the perfect place to gather with family or friends for a meal.
The second story master suite is the perfect combination of open and cozy with a gabled wooden ceiling and a spacious en suite bathroom. For warmer summer months, the bedroom and bathroom are equipped with ceiling fan to help circulate the waterfront breeze. A private sunning deck offers sweeping views of the marsh grasses, blue waterway, and Charleston’s iconic Ravenel Bridge. Two additional bedrooms and a bathroom provide living space for family or guests.
The Isle of Palms area is one of the most pristine beachfront communities in the Charleston area. This home is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a rustic lifestyle while still being just a boat-ride away from the shops and restaurants of Isle of Palms.