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112 Vinson Road


Homesite ID: MORELAND-L-3-5606

Neighborhood Moreland

View Village

Acreage 0.24

SQ. FT. 3,810

Beds 4

Baths 4

Half-Baths 1

Garage Size 2

Status Available

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Property Description

  • Neighborhood: Moreland
  • View: Village
  • Acreage: 0.24
  • Sq.Ft.: 3,810
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 4
  • Half-Baths: 1
  • Garage Size: 2
  • Status: Available

Commanding a stately presence in Moreland, one of Palmetto Bluff’s most desirable neighborhoods, this four-bedroom, four-and-one-half bath custom home sits prominently at the head of Lake Bales with long water views. Its central location offers easy access to the amenities of Moreland Village, including dining, pools, fitness, a boat launch, and more. Lovingly called “The Heron House,” this home has been meticulously enhanced over the years and offers a sophisticated living experience both indoors and out.

Enhanced by a hedgerow-lined stone wall, an elegant courtyard, and mature, manicured landscaping, this home’s traditional Lowcountry style features a classic mix of lap siding with board and batten, a corrugated metal roof, and wide, veranda-style front porch. Indoors, a Parisian-inspired design aesthetic incorporates a mix of modern, vintage, and antique fixtures and furnishings. Upscale finishes, including custom millwork, wide-plank French Oak flooring, and tall windows with transoms, are found throughout the home while surprising details, such as a pair of custom murals inspired by Lowcountry flora and fauna, add a touch of whimsy.

The gallery-style foyer, clad in custom poplar grid paneling, opens directly into the primary living space where living, dining, and kitchen converge. Topped by a shiplap ceiling, the living room features an Isokern fireplace with cast stone surround and lighted, custom display niches. The all-white kitchen features a central island with seating for four, custom shaker cabinetry and honed marble countertops. A suite of top-end appliances includes a 48-inch Wolf eight-burner range and stainless wall hood and a SubZero paneled refrigerator and full-size wine chiller. Bridging the kitchen and living room, the dining room offers direct access to outdoor living via wall-to-wall French doors. The nearby butler’s pantry and mudroom both feature custom-built cabinetry for additional storage capacity.

Conveniently located on the main level, the primary suite features a vaulted, shiplap ceiling, built-in window bench with storage pullouts, and a custom wall that encases an 85-inch television. The attendant primary bath is a spa-like retreat with Carrara marble countertops and flooring, a Victoria & Albert soaking tub, and frameless walk-in, steam shower. A site-built walk-in His & Hers closet includes ample storage, in addition to a separate custom designed dressing table and vanity space.

The second floor is home to three ensuite guest rooms, an abundance of storage, and a large family room with two built-in daybeds that opens onto to upstairs terrace with long views across Lake Bales. One of the guest suites includes a custom-designed desk and shelving unit and option for a walk-in steam shower.

This timeless Lowcountry setting begs for year-round outdoor living, and 112 Vinson Road delivers in spades. The outdoor living room is designed for effortless entertaining with an Isokern fireplace and ample space for dining and lounging. Its outdoor kitchen houses a 36-inch stainless grill, oyster tabby stucco grill counter with bump-outs for wood storage, and a 60-inch wide Corten steel-paneled backsplash. A motorized Phantom screen provides a seamless transition to the adjoining courtyard, which houses stone features, crushed oyster shell accents, and mature landscaping with jasmine, palm trees, and an olive tree.

Additional features of this home include a two-car garage, whole-home security system, and Lutron lighting and Sonos systems.

A perfect home base for exploring, Moreland Village is settled where forest, marsh, and waterway meet to create a distinctive, naturally stunning environment. Trails connect the community and lead to convenient amenities and intimate gathering spaces in the forest and along the water’s edge. Walk the live oak trails, kayak, paddleboard or fly-fish in the river, then gather with family and friends for an evening Lowcountry boil under the stars.

Taking cues from the history of the land, the more rural and informal Moreland breaks from traditional interpretations of Lowcountry style. Architecture here blurs the lines between indoors and out and promotes engagement with nature. With a more contemporary vision, home details include exposed rafter tails, lower sloped roofs, larger expanses of glass, cable handrails, steel windows and doors, and numerous porches.

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