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Mews

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Mews Home Profile

Cozy and quirky, the Mews draw their inspiration from the original Inn at Palmetto Bluff cottages. A little eclectic with fun infusions of color, the Mews feature front screened porches that spill out onto a shared park and are perfect for those looking for rightsized living or a carriage house replacement.

Make it your own

  • SQ. FT.: 1,400–2,100
  • Beds: 2–4
  • Baths: 2–4
  • Neighborhood: River Road

It’s all in the details

Metal Roof. The Mews’ metal roof adds an authentic, regionally specific and timeless detail.

Front Porch. A 12-foot-deep screened porch that fronts a park rather than the street is the idyllic spot for admiring the Lowcountry views.

Compact Living. Live big in a small space, with options to expand, such as a loft space and guest quarters attached to the garage.

Pass-Through Window. A pass-through window brings the outdoors in and allows for the ultimate in entertaining.

Pops of Color. Unique color options (such as a brightly colored front door) increase the charm and individuality of each home.

Thoughtful Spaces. A separate sitting area or home office with a coffee bar provides a quiet spot to relax and unwind.

Relaxed Interior. Modern, casual style creates the perfect setting surrounded by natural light and soft finishes.

Natural Surroundings. Formal green space with an optional firepit and garden area connects to the park with a privacy gate.

Mews Details

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Architect Note

“My inspiration came from the original cottages at the Inn. People would ask us to replicate their original experience from their first visit to Palmetto Bluff. It resonates with their memory and their first impression of Palmetto Bluff.”

Sam Boyd, AIA Brightwater Architects