This Palmetto Bluff Abode is a quintessential Lowcountry vernacular home and despite its overall 4,000+ square footage, retains the warmth and simple elegance by which Southern architecture is defined. A special historical feature to take note of, the faux dovecot was designed into the home’s front elevation gable to harken back to when owners’ of Southern country homes kept pigeons or doves. The home’s interior is a masterpiece of custom millwork, with solid poplar molding profiles constructed on site. The custom, inset cabinetry is particularly beautiful in this home, reading more like furniture, and the beautiful, deep blue color used on the bar and island is a welcome departure from the greys so often used in current kitchen design. Take note of the unique galley sinks in the island and bar, complete with double Waterstone faucets in the kitchen, and the various accouchements that make it easy to prep and serve dinner to your guests. The incredible fireplace and built-ins are a beautiful focal point to the main gathering space and the sizable slider makes it effortless for the homeowners and their guests to flow in and out of the living area and the expansive screen porch. With all these incredible details, the most memorable element of this home is the stunning gazebo, which was designed to take the homeowner back to her beloved days at Girl Scout Camp.