This charming home at 920 Searle Court is located right in the heart of Mount Pleasant in the Cooper Estates neighborhood. Its prime location means that it is mere minutes from premium grocery stores, shopping and the famous Shem Creek. The Ravenel Bridge, which connects you to downtown Charleston, is less than five minutes away and it boasts a wide biking and walking lane that is great for exercise. If the beach is more of your scene, hop in the car and enjoy the sand and surf of local beaches such as Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms.
The home itself sits on a corner lot that is nestled on a quiet street in the Cooper Estates neighborhood. A landscaped yard with meandering flowerbeds lined with bricks and shaded by the fanning branches of a mature oak tree add curb appeal. From the front porch, double doors—both wooden and glass for those sunny summer days—swing open into the interior of the home. An intuitive, open floor plan makes it ideal for everyday living and entertaining. A formal living room boasts polished hardwood floors, bright windows, and chair rail molding. This space transitions into a formal dining room area lit by a chandelier-style light fixture. Beyond the dining room is a beautiful, sun-drenched kitchen with a vaulted ceiling, cork flooring, and abundant cabinet and counter space. The eat-in area includes a sunny dining nook accented by a large windows and it opens out into a cozy family room with built-in shelving and a wood-burning fireplace.
The home’s three bedrooms are located opposite the living areas. They are all well-sized, filled with natural light and include sea grass flooring and ceiling fans. The master suite includes an updated en suite bathroom with a new vanity and a contemporary tiled shower. The additional two bedrooms share a hall bath with an updated tile tub/shower and tiled floor.
In the back of the home, a large screened porch extends into the fenced-in yard. Additional convenient spaces in the home include an attached one-car garage, a laundry room, and attic storage. Recent updates to the home include a new roof in 2008, a new heat pump in 2010, and a new water heater in 2011. The neighborhood also has a boat landing directly on Shem Creek with a floating dock and covered shelter, available to residents for a small annual fee.
For more information, contact listing agent Robertson Allen.