123 Halona Lane features the Sweetgrass home plan and guest cottage designed by acclaimed architect Christopher Rose. Described as "Lowcountry zen" in style, this coastal bungalow and cottage pair 2,967 heated square feet with 990 square feet of outdoor deck space to maximize the serene marsh views.
Embracing state-of-the-art green building practices as recognized by LEED certification and the Kiawah tradition of luxury, the home includes a pool on the outdoor deck overlooking the wide expanse of marsh toward Rhett’s Bluff, and is located just steps away from Indigo Park’s private three-acre park. The one-bedroom, one-bath guest cottage, complete with a spacious sitting room or second bedroom, adds an additional 450 square feet of living space and would also serve very well as a private home office or studio.
The home's main floor incorporates an open floor plan, creating an easily livable space that includes the gourmet kitchen, living room, and dining area. Reclaimed hardwood floors, exposed wood beams, and large hurricane-resistant glass doors and windows create a pleasing aesthetic and fill the space with natural light. An elevator allows for easy access between all levels. Other highlights include a surround-sound speaker system and Lutron blinds. Building materials include Energy Star appliances, a geothermal heating and cooling system, and a garage equipped with a 220-watt outlet to charge an electric car. Every feature has been carefully chosen to let you enjoy a beautiful home year-round without time-consuming maintenance or costly overhead.
To find out more about Indigo Park, Kiawah Island's premier green neighborhood, visit kiawahisland.com/real-estate/neighborhoods/indigo-park.
This home qualifies homeowners for a membership in the Kiawah Island Club.