Located in Kiawah’s Osprey Beach neighborhood behind the second security gate and just a short stroll from the Osprey Point clubhouse, this Brooks Fullerton-designed home at 167 Flyway Drive enjoys the best of three worlds: stunning views of hole no. 18 of the Tom Fazio-designed Osprey Point golf course and a pond to the rear, a second pond to the front, and boardwalk no. 39 leading to Kiawah’s pristine beach just across the lane.
Sea breezes and the sounds of the surf fill the air on this home’s front porch and rooftop deck, complemented by the calls of birds and wildlife so often sighted in and around the ponds.
Inside, sunlight fills the open floor plan. Glass doors topped by an expansive half-moon window lead to a two-story foyer overlooked by a glass-rail gallery on three sides. Straight ahead is a living room with a tray ceiling, gas fireplace, and a wall of glass doors leading to a wide sundeck of ipe wood overlooking the golf course.
To the right, a light-filled dining room with windows framing the verdant view opens to a kitchen with sleek white cabinetry, a three-sided breakfast bar offering plenty of extra seating, and a separate prep island. Clean white Corian® countertops line the perimeter, and granite counters top the island and breakfast bar. Double ovens and a pantry offer additional capacity.
A family room opens to the other side of the kitchen, with custom built-in cabinetry and a glass door leading to a screened porch overlooking the views.
The master bedroom is a study in Island serenity, with grasscloth walls, plantation shutters, and a wide glass door offering private access to the sundeck. The adjoining bath features his-and-hers vanities, a generously sized walk-in shower, and a large soaking tub beneath sunny windows.
An elevator and staircase each ascend to a second-floor gallery lit by skylights over the foyer, leading to a study nook and three en suite bedrooms. The first features a vaulted ceiling, and all enjoy access to a second-floor balcony overlooking the pond and golf course.
To the other side of the gallery lies a striking spiral staircase providing access to a third-floor flex space with skylights and glass doors opening to a rooftop deck providing truly spectacular views.
Additional features of this fully furnished home, include wooden plantation shutters throughout, a large windowed laundry room with utility sink and built-in cabinetry, a new hard coat stucco exterior, recently added roof, a gas hookup for an outside grill, irrigation system, landscape lighting, Rinnai® tankless water heaters, central vacuum, and sound, and security systems.