Compact, efficient and open, the plan unfolds to reveal generous living space considering its 2,422 square feet (2,920 with bonus room). The double porch, or piazza, is a tradition in Charleston residential design. It has historical precedence in that it allowed sea breezes to move freely from one end to the other and offered a shaded haven for rooms on both floors. The deep brown brick foundation, so uniquely Charleston, and the subtly painted siding accented by shutters and iron work of "Charleston Green" add to the famous architectural charm. Again, the raised seam, metal roof repeats a local theme in color and style.
The entry foyer opens immediately to a sizeable living room and dining area on either side of cased openings framing the entry hall. An efficient kitchen with sunny breakfast area lie just off the dining and family room. The kitchen and laundry area are accessible from opposite ends, simplifying circulation to the rest of the house. A family room with high beamed ceiling and fireplace separate the two car garage from the rest of the house and opens to a spacious, brick terrace for outside dining and entertaining.