Welcome to ''The Black House'', a striking contemporary home in the heart of Wagener Terrace that has been featured in The New York Times and Charleston Magazine. Designed by Charleston architect Kevan Hoertdoerfer, this refreshing break from tradition was constructed to take full advantage of the natural light from southern exposure, and provide the perfect backdrop for an owner's display of art and furnishings. A gracious front patio offers welcoming space for entertaining or lounging just outside the glass-paneled front entrance. Soaring ceilings and a neutral interior palette create a sense of elegance and calm. The foyer and dining space flow seamlessly into the sleek kitchen area and living room. The kitchen is appointed with custom European cabinetryand appliances a sophisticated central space for cooking and gathering. The rear living room wall is also built with floor to ceiling window panels with views into the intimate courtyard space and cabana along the back side of the property. A glass door gives easy access into the courtyard and cabana area to provide seamless movement between indoor and outdoor living spaces. The cabana is a chic shaded oasis with an enclosed sense of privacy and the perfect spot for a grill and outdoor living room. The spacious owner's suite occupies the front half of the second floor, with its own balcony perched at treetop level overlooking Grove Street. The spa-like shower is streaming with natural light from the skylight above, and there are two vanities and a large walk-in closet. Two other bedrooms occupy this level with a shared bath situated between them. A cleverly designed pull-out stair ladder provides access to a 234 square foot useful loft space tucked above the rear bedrooms. The original owners of the home commissioned a mural on the left exterior wall titled "Cosmic Stars" by artists McKenzie Eddy and Elliott A. Smith... the mural is beautifully uplit at night for a dramatic artistic element. This incredibly convenient location is just steps from Hampton Park, and numerous popular dining spots. Stunning contemporary homes like this are rare on the Charleston Peninsula!
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