56.1-Acre Property Garners National Media Attention for Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty

Photo by Ellis Creek Photography

Photo by Ellis Creek Photography

A 56.1-acre private island, listed with the Charleston-based Huguley Team of Daniel Ravenel Sotheby's International Realty, has garnered national media attention for the Lowcountry brokerage. The $10M property in Okatie, South Carolina, was first featured by Mansion Global, an award-winning real estate website, and then subsequently picked up by Barrons.com.

The headline-making property, Pine Island, is comprised of two parcels. The 22.01-acre east parcel is the site of an over 6,000 square foot primary residence designed by architects William McDonough + Partners, a celebrated firm at the forefront of green architecture. The Japanese style-influenced home is built with materials like recycled red western cedar and cypress logs reclaimed from the depths of ponds and rivers.

Adorned with floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding doors, and skylights, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom residence feels immersed in the Lowcountry setting. Outside, the resort-style pool, bordered by expert landscaping courtesy of Oehme, Van Sweden, & Associates, gives views of the marsh. The east parcel also includes a deepwater dock on Chechessee Creek with an elaborate dock complex that consists of a covered pavilion with electricity and water, a boat lift, a kayak dock, and a 30-foot extension for the 60-foot main dock.

On the west parcel, there is an opportunity to create four waterfront homesites, each five to six acres in size, and a single pier with four deepwater boat docks. Should a new owner pursue these plans, the development will be subject to necessary government approvals. Currently, this portion of the island contains a six-car garage, an 885-square-foot guest cottage, a barn, and a fenced paddock next to a potential horse pasture.

Pine Island is connected to the private community of Spring Island by a causeway, and a membership to the exclusive Spring Island Club may be available in addition to the purchase of the property. The club offers a full spectrum of amenities that include golf, tennis, pickleball, fitness, a quail hunting preserve, sporting clays, a community garden, equestrian facilities, dining, and security.

Visit LivePineIsland.com for more information.


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