Japanese-Inspired Retreat on Spring Island Asks $15M in Okatie, South Carolina

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Japanese-Inspired Retreat on Spring Island Asks $15M in Okatie, South Carolina

$15,000,000 | Built 2002 | 6,130 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 56.10 Acres
8 Pine Is, Okatie, SC 29909

Introducing 8 Pine Island, part of Spring Island in South Carolina. It is one of the premier properties located in the entire state of South Carolina. The amenities to live on Spring Island are profound and include: a world-class sports complex, an equestrian center, 12 employees (including massage therapists, personal trainers, and yoga instructors), staff focused on physical and mental well-being, the Old Tabby Golf Links golf course with an Arnold Palmer design, etc. This private island is located on 56 acres and offers a 550-foot deepwater dock with a pavilion, kayak launch and boat lift. The 6,130 square foot main residence takes a traditional serene Japanese influence in design (clean lines, rough-hewn textures, and a neutral palette and incorporates), which fits into the setting of the lush and subtropical South Carolina Lowcountry.

The main house offers 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms with a guest cottage (885 square feet), which includes 1 bedroom and 1 bath that is adjacent to a six-car garage. The wraparound decking of the home leads to a saltwater swimming pool. Interior features of the home include white oak wood, custom designed hardware, soapstone fireplace, hand forged copper railings while the exterior features red cedar and a copper roof. While there are these residences located on the island there is a possibility of building four more. The homes were designed by a world class architect that focuses on the environment and sustainability – William McDonough.


Chris Boweschris.bowes@serhant.com • (843) 368-2935
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