I have not stayed here.
This house, in Queen Anne vernacular style, appears to be the house that was built by Emil E. Lengnick sometime between 1905 and 1912.
There have been no substantial changes and only two owners since that time but the entrance of this one is not a simple arch.
The website says "Set at an angle so that the Beaufort River breezes could be enjoyed, the house, is of heart pine construction with shingle siding. The turret with its steeply pitched roof shows the Gothic influence on the eclectic Victorian period architecture."
I have not stayed here. It appears to be near Parris Island.
25in TV Sets with remote controls in all rooms. Coffee makers and microwave/refrigerators in some rooms. Outdoor Seasonal Pool on property.
Modem Lines in Room
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