Hammock Coast Edition March/April 2022

59 www. ReadMPM. com | www. VOICE forRea l Es tate. com | www.MountPl easantBu i l der s . com Once known as the premier brick producer for colonial Charleston, Brickyard Plantation is today the tranquil 513-acre setting for discriminating residents who value the privacy and buffer protection provided by neighboring Boone Hall Plantation and Horlbeck Creek. 1368 Old Brickyard Road quietly echoes the elegance and Southern charm of the area in both its design and landscaping. An impressive front stairway sets the stage by inviting guests up to the more casual wrap-around veranda and stately double front doors. Out back, an unobstructed view of the creek offers breathtaking sunsets from inside rooms, the back porch and the upper-level balcony. The deep-water dock with its new 10,000-pound boat lift, a generous inground pool and an accommodating outdoor kitchen with dining area are also prized features. Another unique space on the ground floor is the custom-built Bourbon Room, which houses a “memorable collection of aged and rare bourbons,” according to Realtor Amy Thompson. Recent renovations have included a loft area for billiards over the family room, coffered ceilings in the main floor living areas and an updated gourmet kitchen with quartz countertops and huge center island. With a palette of soft ocean mists and crisp white woodwork and trim, each room feels airy and light. Rich Brazilian cherry flooring creates a unifying flow from room to room, and unique high-end light fixtures add distinctive personality. For a spacious, peaceful retreat designed with attention to detail and comfort, this Brickyard Plantation home has much to offer. BY JANE T E . PERR I GO At a Glance Built: 1999 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4 full, 2 half baths Square Footage: 4,800 Lot size: 2.06 Acres Last Sold: 4/8/21 Price: $1,950,000 Listing Agent: Amy Thompson Southern Spaciousness and Stunning Sunsets Brickyard Plantation