Welcome to the historic True Blue Creekhouse, a small piece of local history that provides a serene retreat offering one of the most desirable views of Pawleys Island. Built in the late 1800's, the name True Blue is derived from the Indigo which was grown at the plantation for blue dye and is a historic landmark of Pawley's Island! The house is equipped with 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and sleeps 15 comfortably. Full service kitchen and large open rooms provide ample space for entertaining and large family gatherings. Claw tubs, wood burning fireplaces with antique mantles, hardwood floors and antique moldings and doorknobs throughout compliment the period this beautiful plantation was built. Spacious covered porches on the front and side of home are ideal for lazy afternoons and evenings watching fishermen, kayaker's and paddle board enthusiasts meandering through the creek. The floating dock provides access to the salt creek and an exposed sandbar from mid to low tide where fishing, shrimping and crabbing can be done. Pawley's Island beach is less than a mile from the home where you can enjoy the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean. This home is truly something special in the beautiful community of Pawley's Island!
Listing courtesy of The Lachicotte Company of SC , Cooper&Abernethy Team.
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