Mount Pleasant Magazine March/April 2023

113 www. TopTenHomesSo l d. com | www. Bes tofMP. com | www. VOICE for rea l es tate. com Architect Neal Van Dalen’s signature style is evident from first glance at this towering white residence with its multiple dark roofs. Unusual details, including a plunge pool and multiple wooden boardwalks add interest and just a bit of intrigue to 47 Robert Mills Circle. Strategic site planning has afforded unparalleled panoramic views of the marsh and wildlife. Lofty 18-foot indoor ceilings create space for oversized windows that welcome natural lighting at a variety of angles and depths. Inside, shiplap and shuttered window and wall treatments pay respect to Lowcountry traditions. The open chef ’s kitchen flows seamlessly into a comfortable fireplaced family room, while charming barn doors separate other living spaces. A private owner’s area, accessible through what seems to be a floating bridge, offers a quiet sitting room, massive bedroom suite, lofted nook and spa bathroom with laundry. The second floor houses more bedrooms: three with their own private porches, and one with four bunks, especially outfitted for the younger crowd. Entertainment resumes on the third floor with its home theatre, pool table, wet bar and outdoor deck for star-gazing. In addition to the home’s interior — porches, water features and garage space contribute another 1,200 square feet, and a fully equipped mother-in-law suite with porch overlooks the front yard. This lovely residence blends a minimalistic style with modern-industrial design and materials, but it never forgets its roots in the Lowcountry. The eclectic combination works, providing a comfortable and welcoming space for family and friends — much like Southern hospitality at its best. At a Glance Built: 2014 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 10 Square Footage: 8,007 Lot Size: 7,840 square feet Architect: Neal Van Dalen Last Sold: 11/29/22 Price: $4,142,000 Listing Agent: John Bell Minimalism meets Lowcountry tradition I’On