• Vanderhorst Mansion  .

    Kiawah Island, SC

     

    Awards & Publications:

    • Grand Aurora Award, Southeast Builder’s Conference
    • Best-in-State Award, Southeast Builder’s Conference
    • Architectural Digest magazine, “Rescue on Kiawah Island”
    • Kiawah Legends magazine, “Passing The Test of Time”

     

    Originally built in 1803 as the center of a working plantation, the Vanderhorst Mansion sat unoccupied and abandoned for most of the past century.  The goal of the renovation project was to adapt the historic home for use by a modern family while preserving its historic past.

     

    In order to accommodate a kitchen and bathrooms, new flanker additions were constructed on either side of the house.  However, the intricate details of the past, such as a soapstone fireplace, were retained and restored.  The plantation home sits on the marshes of Kiawah Island with a mile and half long approach through an alley of Live Oak trees.

Vanderhorst Mansion Glass Annex
Vanderhorst Mansion Front and Pool
Vanderhorst Mansion Aerial and Rear Porch
Vanderhorst Mansion Master Bath
Vanderhorst Mansion Dining

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Vanderhorst Mansion Master Bath
Vanderhorst Mansion Dining
Vanderhorst Mansion Glass Annex
Vanderhorst Mansion Front and Pool
Vanderhorst Mansion Aerial and Rear Porch
Vanderhorst Mansion Glass Annex
Vanderhorst Mansion Front and Pool
Vanderhorst Mansion Aerial and Rear Porch
Vanderhorst Mansion Master Bath
Vanderhorst Mansion Dining