On the National Register, “The LaBruce Lemon House” – est in 1858, was of integral importance in establishing the Historic District of Pawleys Island, South Carolina in 1972. A quaint 3+ mile Island, once a safe haven for inland residents and their staff to escape the summer heat, has now become desirable for year around residents and visitors! This property has 1.04 acres of high land bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and includes 1.4+ acres of marsh on Pawleys Island Creek on the other. Nestled among the dunes and surrounded by canopied live oak and myrtle trees this home has been protected and loved for generations. If only walls could talk! Many of the original characteristics of the property remain as originally planned. Out buildings for the servants, wood floors, fireplaces, a porch that wraps around the home, a covered oceanfront open deck and creek dock are just few of the charming features. The summer kitchen originally was a separate building and now is connected to the main house. A separate wing was added with sleeping quarters and full bath and 2 half baths. With over 2.5 acres of marsh and a dock on Pawleys Creek the great debate will be where to spend the day? Sunrises or Sunsets, the choice is yours! Pawleys Island SC is north of historic Charleston and minutes south of vacation destination Myrtle Beach, SC. LaBruce Lemon House is on a vacation rental program and all rentals must be honored for 90 days from deed transfer date.
Listing courtesy of The Litchfield Co-Lachicotte , Nancy Siau.
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